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FREE online tutors for military families from kindergarten through college level

Create your own free account at the link above.

Learning Express Library

Online practice tests and study guides for ASVAB, DSST, AFOQT, SIFT, CLEP to advance your military career. Job & Career Accelerator helps you find colleges, internships and explore occupations. Computer software tutorials. ACT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS, PSAT, AP practice exams. Graduate school admission exam preparation for GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, MCAT, and PCAT. (funded by OSD)

MUST have Army MWR Library account to log in at the above link.

Other Resources- Please visit the library for information and access.

  • TumbleReadables for Middle School and Junior High readers- eBooks and eAudio
  • TumbleTalkingBooks for Teens and Adults- eAudio books
  • Culture Grams- The world and it's peoples with detailed cultural information
  • General Reference Center- Articles, children's magazines, almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias
  • Student Resources in Context- Based on national curriculum standards for middle school
  • Teacher Reference Center- Most popular teacher and educator magazines and journals

Other Links for Teens

  • ESPN Zone
    This site is chock full of any information or news you can use on any sport you can think of. Includes Rumor Central, Who’s Playing This Week and immediate updates on college and professional sports. Has links to hundreds of additional sports sites.
  • Internet Movie Database
    The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) is a HUGE collection of movie information. We try to catalog every pertinent detail about a movie, from who was in it, to who made it, to trivia about it, to filming locations, and even where you can find reviews and fan sites on the web. We then do our best to present this information in a manner that is easy to search and access.
  • Internet Public Library
    Internet Public Library’s Teen Space is an imaginative source for information on life, school, friends and work. There are articles links to additional websites, (like homework help and step-by-step guidelines for writing a research paper). Some really cool links – try “Frequently Asked Embarrassing Questions” or find out all you ever wanted to know about Rock, Paper, Scissors from the Sports, Entertainment and the Arts link. And check out Poetry Wiki! Fun to explore.
  • Teen Reads
    Ultimate reading lists, books to movies, book clubs, reviews, authors, series
    Award winning books, DVDs, and audio books for teens, as well as the Teens Top Ten book list posted on the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) website.
  • Book Report Network
    Since 1996, The Book Report Network has been connecting readers with books and authors. The current buzzwords like “discoverability” and “curation” has been their mantra since their first site launched.
  • Graphic Novel Reporter
    Part of The Book Report Network, includes reviews, information on creators, core lists for readers, conventions and resources.