Expert tutors help you finish your homework, study for tests and write essays (read more about Tutor.com). Use a whiteboard and chat box (with optional audio), share files, even drop off a math problem or essay. With an account, you can tag and reconnect to your favorite tutors, store your assignments and documents in your virtual locker and go back to review your previous sessions when studying. Start with a video tour and a practice session. Live tutor sessions are for elementary, middle and high school students only, two sessions per week. Live tutoring is suspended for the summer beginning May 24. The SkillsCenter offers subject quizzes and other self-study tools (such as The Princeton Review's preparation for AP, ACT, and SAT exams) that are always available and do not count against your weekly limit.
Ebooks, audiobooks, streaming music and video
For downloadables, see E-media.
Contextual information and opinions on hundreds of today's hottest social issues, with viewpoint articles, topic overviews, full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, statistics, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites. Provided by the Tennessee Electronic Library.
A powerful reference tool designed for high school students and adults. (Optimized for tablets)
This short guide (PDF) presents the basic steps of working on a research project for school, with recommendations specific to the resources of Knox County Public Library.