County Library Links | Homework
and Research Website Links
Here's a variety of services & resources
(encyclopedias, magazines, and other internet
resources) to help you with your research. Of
course, visit the Ocean County Library's Link
to a Topic page for even more resources.
Homework Help is available at the
Lakewood Branch during the school year for students in elementary through high school. Assistance is available on a drop-in basis Monday through Friday from 2:00 to 6:00 pm. This program is free and open to all students. For information, please contact the Lakewood Branch of the Ocean County Library at (732) 363-1435.
Help en Espanól
La sucursal de Lakewood ofrece ayuda con las tareas escolares para niños y jóvenes durante el año escolar, entre las 2:00 y las 6:00 de la tarde, de lunes a viernes. El programa es gratis. Para más información, llame al 732-363-1435.
County Library Links
Literature and Literary Criticism
Check out Literature
and Literary Criticism page from the Library's
Link to a Topic Page.
This page offers the Library's Online resources
and other services for researching projects. Also
listed are selected CD-Rom offered @ our branches.
out Shakespeare Online page from the Library's
Link to a Topic Page.
Authors - provided by the New Jersey State
Look up the profiles
of current and early 20th Century authors.
Search the database by author, title or subject
for biographical information, lists of writings,
media adaptations, and suggestions for further
readings on more than 120,000 U.S. and international
novelists, poets, playwrights, nonfiction authors,
are some places to go to get help with homework
brought to you from the Library of Congress in
Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world
and the nation's library, America's Library was
designed especially with young people in mind,
but there are great stories for people of all
a great place to go for "primary materials."
FirstGov is an easy-to-search, free-access website designed
to give you a centralized place to find information
from local, state, and U.S. Government Agency
Sponsored by MultiEducator, Inc., their logo
says it all.
It's a great place to find help for your
Social Studies project.
A great place for researching a historical topic,
finding out what happened "This Day in History,"
and checking out their TV schedule. Visit the
History Channels sister Web sites,
History Channel International
question-answering, help and referral service
to K?12 students on the Internet. Look for their
favorite web sites organized by subject.
Narrow a search through links organized
by subject, or search by using keyword, subject,
title, or description.
sister website, HomeworkSpot,
organizes homework help into grade levels and
topics. There's even a link for taking a break from studying!
Multnomah County Library Homework
Center is an Internet subject directory, consisting
of Web sites and web pages that specifically concentrate
on k-12 homework-related subjects.
Visit the Web sites of various grade schools,
high schools, and vocational schools in the county.
If you have a question, and can't find the answer,