Learning is a life-long journey, and taking the frustration out of homework can be a relief to both the student and the caregiver. Here are a few sites to consider for a little assistance.
Tutor.com, part of the Princeton Review, is a learning tool that combines online tutoring, homework help, and test preparation with self-study resources. Students can interact with live, vetted tutors who help with math, science, social studies, foreign language, writing, and more. There are additional resources for students who are in college or who are college-bound. Job seekers can submit resumes and cover letters for suggested edits. Tutor.com is available Monday - Friday from 3 - 10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from noon - 7 p.m. Tutor.com is accessible outside the library with a valid Pendleton Library card.
Take fun quizzes in a variety of subjects and earn free rice to help conquer world hunger. For every correct answer, ten grains of rice are donated through the World Food Programme. It may not sound like much, but it sure adds up. Helping people has never been so educational, and FUN!
Purdue's OWL: Online Writing Lab
Get free professional help from the fine folks at Purdue University. This site can help you with grammar, styles, research and citations.
At the Khan Academy, you can learn anything! This collection of You Tube videos and tutorials can help with just about any subject you might be studying. No matter your age or skill level, the Khan Academy provides accessible educational resources to aid in life-long learning.
The Homework Hotline, sponsored by the Rose Hulman Institute provides free math and science tutoring for students grades 6-12.