Saturday, September 13, 2014

Get Homework Help from the Library

Fall is the season of cooler weather, autumn landscapes, toasty-hot comfort foods... and homework. Never fear—the library has homework resources for learners of all ages.

Tackle Homework

Starting September 30, students in grades K–8 are invited to our Homework Help sessions.

On Tuesdays from 5–7 pm at the Bealeton Library, National Honor Society students from Liberty High School will help students with homework or class assignments.

Students in grades 3–12 can also get homework help from a teacher via our online homework help service from Literati. Teachers are available to help with reading, writing, and math. To get online homework help, visit Literati and log in with your 10-digit library card number. Click the black Homework Help tab on the right to get started.

Research an Assignment

Not sure where to start with your next assignment? We recommend the library's online collection of information sources for students. Unlike an Internet search, our online collection contains reliable sources selected by experts.

Visit our Articles & Databases page to get started. Our offerings include:
You will be prompted to log in with your 10-digit library card number.

For help choosing the best sources for your assignment, visit our Literati service and scroll down to watch videos about finding and evaluating sources.

Older students tackling a research paper should definitely visit the Purdue Online Writing Lab to learn how to write a paper and format a bibliography.

Need More Help?

If you need assistance using the library, our librarians are here to help.

To get assistance, visit a branch or contact us by phone or email.

Becky @ Warrenton

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