SBPL staff and recommended resources give you more than one way get your homework done and get it done right. There are no hard ways to a completed assignment here.
This peer tutoring program is for children in grades K-12. Available from October through May on full days that school is in session, this free, drop-in service is scheduled for Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m for the 2015-2016 school year.
No registration or appointment required. Tutoring is done by students in grades 9-12 who are qualified library volunteers.
Get help with homework and basic skills, visit the writing lab, and join an online meeting room for collaboration on school projects. This online tutoring service is suitable for cardholders of all ages. Tutors are available online Monday through Sunday from 2 to 11 p.m. Library card required for access. Brianfuse is generously sponsored by the SBPL Foundation.
Recommended Homework Resources
The Teen and Children‘s pages have numerous online homework help resources recommended by SBPL staff. These include reference book suggestions and websites listed by subject.
Scroll through SBPL recommended research tools, listed by subject and by grade. Click on the ones most likely to have what you need and review your results. A Library Card is required for access to some databases.
Use this handy combination of website recommendations and database resources, listed by subject area. These guides are designed by SBPL staff to make finding your discoveries efficient and effective.
The SBPL catalog helps you find books by grade and by subject area.
This free service connects you to one-on-one online help by a SBPL Librarian. Messages are answered with up-to-date, accurate information as soon as possible.