Homework Help

  • MCAS Prep - The Massachusetts Department of Education has valuable information about the MCAS test, including PDF versions of the tests with answer keys, practice questions, and previous student answers and scoring guides. 
  • BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Help - A collection of hundreds of websites arranged by subject that are great for researching papers and finding answers for tough homework questions.
  • BPL Homework Help Information - The Boston Public Library also offers free drop in tutoring at various locations around Boston. If you are 13 or older, you can also register for a BPL eCard and use all of their online resources, including subscription databases and homework help links. 
  • Britannica Online - The best online encyclopedia available.
  • American Memory - Free and open access to collections from the Library of Congress of written and spoken words, sound recordings, pictures and videos, prints, maps, and more of historical interest. 
  • CIA World Fact Book - All kinds of information about hundreds of countries around the world. 
  • Census Information - Information about populations in the United States from current and previous censuses. 
  • How Stuff Works - The How and Why of everyday stuff.
  • SAGE Links - Links to  educational resources related to science, math, and the arts. Put together by the Cornell University Center for Advanced Computing.
  • Google Translate - Use with the Canton Public Library's new language learning program Pronunciator to explore new languages. 
  • Project Gutenberg - Thousands of digitized books and cultural works in the public domain available to download for free. 
  • Format Research Papers - Use these guidelines to properly format research papers in MLA, APA, and CMS. 
  • Citation Machine - Properly cite sources in your research papers.