Need Help With Your Homework?
Regina Public Library can help! The Homework Help program is for students in grades 5-12 who need support with their schoolwork. Click for more details.
'Instant Message' a Librarian!
Got a burning question that needs an answer? Want that answer right now? Add Regina Public Library to your Instant Message (IM) buddy list and chat us up!
Use your Library card and PIN to access a series of full-text databases geared toward teens. They include Encyclopaedia Britannica, World Book, Opposing Viewpoints, Discovering Collection, and NoveList.
Central iSchool is a place for Parents, Students, and Educators to find online resources, information, and courses. Teachers will be primarily interested in the Web Resources (Learning Objects) that are the result of partnerships between Saskatchewan Learning and various school divisions. These objects are also useful for students and parents in a variety of ways. School Principals may choose to apply on behalf of a student for an online course taught by a Saskatchewan teacher. These online teaching courses are paid for in advance so there is no additional charge to the school or student.
B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
Seventeen year-old B.J. created a site that contains more than 700 links to sites geared toward helping students with their homework.
Citing Electronic Information
Many people want to know how to cite information that they find on the Internet in school papers, theses, reports, etc. There is no definitive answer, but many people have made suggestions. This page, maintainted by the Internet Public Library, provides a list of some places to go for recommended electronic information citation guides.
IPL TeenSpace: A+ Research & Writing
The Internet Public Library provides this resource that takes users step-by-step through the process of researching and writing a research paper.
Math Central is an Internet service for mathematics students and teachers. The site is maintained by faculty and students in Mathematics and Statistics and Mathematics Education at the University of Regina.
The Math Forum: Ask Dr. Math
The Math Forum provides a question and answer service for math students K-12. There is an archive of previous questions that can be searched by level and topic.
The ChemTeam provides study resources in all standard topics for students in high school and Advanced Placement chemistry.
This site provides information on Canada's greatest scientists and their achievements.