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Resources for Teens

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Recommended Websites for Teens

A collection of links for teens encompassing reference sites, homework help, fun facts, games, and online learning activities.

Homework Resources

Homework Spot
Learn How to Become
Shmoop Literature
Guide to Grammar and Writing
Khan Academy
CIA - The World Factbook
Perdue Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Britannica Library (log in via Research Tools page)
LearningExpress School Center (log in via Learning Tools page)
ABC-CLIO World History databases (log in via Research Tools page)
Mango Languages (mobile app also available) (log in via Learning Tools page)


 

FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Department of Education - Program & School Accreditation
Department of Education - Education Data & Statistics
Texas Education Agency - College, Career, & Military Readiness
Texas Education Agency - Special Student Populations
Texas Education Agency - Certificate of High School Equivalency Information   



Denton Regional Suicide Coalition
Texas Health & Human Services Mental Health & Substance Abuse
Healthy Texas Women
Children's Advocacy Center for Denton County
Nutrition.gov
TeensHealth from Nemours



Job & Career Resources

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Job & Career Accelerator (log in via Learning Tools page)
LearningExpress Library (log in via Learning Tools page)




 

Texas Department of Public Safety - Driver's License
Texas Department of Motor Vehicles - Register a Vehicle
Fair Trade Commission - Auto Repair Basics
Driving-Tests.org - Practice Driving Tests and Information (available via Learning Tools page)
Home Improvement Reference Center (log in via Learning Tools page)
Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center (log in via Learning Tools page)

 


Don't know where to start finding  information for your research paper?
The Library has some online resources that can help you get started selecting a topic, formulating your research question, and constructing a plan for your paper. Click here for a video on how to access  some of our online research tools.