With another school year about to start, it’s useful to know how much reliable information high school students can find online to do homework or any research assignment through services offered by the Camden County Library System.
Teen Space is a special section on the library’s website dedicated to teens. Among other features it offers homework help from a variety of resources that are organized by different subjects. Information can be found on nearly every high school subject from poetry to geography to math.
The Teen Space can be reached through the library’s homepage at www.camdencountylibrary.org and by clicking on “Using the Library” at the top. Under the kids and teens section visitors will find the Teen Space where a link to homework help will be found on the left-hand side menu of the teens page.
Some resources are subscription databases that require a valid CCLS library card with a barcode number on the back while others are accessible to anyone on the Internet. Another useful tool on the site are Camden County Library pathfinder links that clue visitors into all the resources about a given subject that are available at the library in the form of books, articles and even related websites on the Web.
The library’s website also offers “Ask a Librarian” service by email, telephone, online or on-site at one of the library system’s eight branches. Ask a Librarian can be reached from the library’s homepage (www.camdencountylibrary.org) under “Using the Library” at the top where a link to the “Ask a Librarian” service is available under the Reference Center.