Homework Help

Got homework?  Project due?  Not sure where to start?  Follow the links below for access to quality websites and databases sure to please your teachers!
 
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Subject Specific | Maine | Digital Maine Library | Internet Resources

Subject Specific Help

As we learn about specific assignments, we'll post helpful information here.  Let us know by emailing us!

Egypt Night
Eternal Egypt from the Egyptian Center for Documentation of Cultural and Natural Heritage (CultNat) and IBM.  Virtual environments, 3-D images, timelines, museums and connections between everything make this one of the most useful sites I've found!  Flash and Quicktime needed for some aspects.
Pyramids from NOVA
Ancient Egyptians from the BBC
Art and artifacts from the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  Click on the "Start Tour" button!

Native Americans
Abbe Museum Located in Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor, the Abbe Museum provides information about all four Native peoples of Maine: Maliseet, Micmac, Penobscot and Passamaquoddy
Penobscot Indian Nation useful for Maine studies and Native American studies
Passamaquoddy Nation Pleasant Point useful for Maine studies and Native American studies
Maliseet Nation useful for Maine studies and Native American studies
Aroostook Band of Micmacs useful for Maine studies and Native American studies

Maine

Maine.gov has homework help for information about the great state of Maine!
Maine Memory Network Online exhibits, outreach, interactive tools, lesson plans, in-school demonstrations, and other resources compiled by the Maine Historical Society.  Includes primary source materials!
Malaga Island The true story of the elimination of a mixed race island community by the state of Maine.

Digital Maine Library

Digital Maine Library offers Maine residents a collection of full text articles from magazines, newspapers, and reference books that are credible, reputable resources.

Because the information originates as a print source, it counts as a print source rather than an internet source for your project!

Click on the "Kids" or "Teens" link in the left column for resources that are best for your project!

Internet Resources

How do you know which websites are good for your project?  Let us help you narrow it down.  Click on the links below to find quality websites for your projects.

IPL2 for Kids
IPL2 for Teens
A balanced and broadly representative collection of websites for information, reference and research.  Each website is evaluated by librarians before it even goes up on the website so you can be sure it is information you can trust.

Multnomah County Library is known as a leader in Children's Services.  Click on the link to go to their collection of websites for homework help.  Choose a topic, and away you go!

 Portland Public Library offers links to resources about Maine, math, science, history, art and music.

Getting Started Doing Research a guide to choosing a topic, developing a search strategy, and evaluating sources thanks to the University of Maine at Farmington.
Evaluating Information Sources How can you tell what information will be appropriate for your research? This tutorial from the University of Maine at Farmington provides tips for assessing information sources to help you decide if the information you have found is appropriate and reliable for your intended use.