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ePrep is a video-based instruction that can help students prepare for the SAT, ACT, PSAT, PLAN, and SSAT tests. ePrep online courses feature expert video instruction that is available any time from any Internet capable computer. Because it adapts to you, it’s like having a private tutor at your side every step of the way. ePrep’s goal is to help you increase your test scores and become a better student.
Use Peterson's College Search to look at different colleges and majors across the country. It also has sections to help you decide which college is the best fit for you, information about the admissions process, and on scholarships.
If you're doing research online, you know it can be tough to sort out the reliable, accurate information from the crazy stuff or the information that's just plain wrong. How can you be sure what you're reading is trustworthy?
One way is to use the TexShare Databases through the library. The information you find there has been printed in a scholarly journal or newspaper, so you know it's safe to use. Two great databases to start searching through are EBSCO Academic Search Complete and EBSCO Student Research Center.
To get to the TexShare Databases, sign in to your library account, then scroll down and select the TexShare Databases icon.
has compiled links to trustworthy sites in a variety of subjects. Browse through the links or ask the librarian a question.
Mackin Book Talk provides book summaries and author information for books that made an award list. You can also rate the books or find other books that you might like.
Not sure where to get started with that research paper? Middle School Research walks you through the 6 steps of the research project. There are also helpful links on copyright, bibliographies, finding images and presentation ideas.
The goal of Operation Beautiful is to end negative self-talk and to remind everyone of their innate beauty and awesomeness.