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The Internet Public Library For Teens: a great place to start your homework search. In addition to homework help, you'll find links to information about graphic novels, FAEQs, finances, and more.

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IPL2 For Kids: collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites

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The New Librarian Provides Information You Can Trust! The Internet Public Library (IPL2) is a "public service organization and a learning/teaching environment" with a highly regarded virtual reference service staffed by well-trained students and volunteers.

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Ask an ipl2 Librarian - Anyone can submit a question to a librarian or similar professional. An actual human reads and responds, usually within three days.

Finding an idea for your project can be the hardest part. Many students have sent us questions on topic ideas. Ideas for science fair projects can come from many sources, of course, but the following sites are great places to start to look for topic ideas! IMPORTANT: Your science fair may have rules about not using people or animals as test subjects or about not using any

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From the Internet Public Library: "POTUS: Presidents of the United States" -- "In this resource you will find background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included."

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Libraries matter: 10 fantastic #library #infographics ⇢  American public libraries & community internet access
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Libraries matter: 18 fantastic library infographics

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Jeannette Armstrong was born in 1948 on the Okanagan Reserve in British Columbia. In 1989 she helped to found the En'owkin School of International Writing, which is the first credit-giving creative writing program in Canada to be managed and operated expressly by and for Native people.

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This is the Internet Public Library page for Kids -- runs the gamut from homework help to creative outlets; has a section for parents and teachers, as well. [Screenshot 20140310.]