Going back to school? We’ve got plenty of helpful resources for you! The only thing you need to use all of these resources for free is a Buena Park Library card.
To get started, simply visit our website at buenaparklibrary.org, and click on the e-resource you would like to access. If you have questions, then please stop by or call the reference desk at 714-826-4100 ext. 125. We are here to help!
With HelpNow!, you can get homework help from a certified live tutor in real time; get feedback on your writing; prepare for SAT, ACT, and AP tests; and more. Live help is available for little ones just learning to read as well as students studying calculus, chemistry, physics, history, and other subjects.
Google is great, but it isn’t the answer to everything. If you’re looking for authoritative information, magazine articles, or even peer reviewed journal articles, then try Explora.
Have a report on a current issue such as global warming, pro sports concussions, airport security, trans fat, the Arab-Israeli conflict, drugs, funding for the arts, bullying, or ISIS? With Points of View Reference Center, students can access essays, articles, reference books, primary source documents, and more that present multiple sides of more than 370 issues.
Elementary students learning about Native American Indians, explorers, and California missions will find trustworthy information in our Social Studies Fact Cards resource.
Tuition Funding Sources offers information about scholarships, grants, and other types of financial aid and is a great resource for high school seniors preparing to attend college next fall.
If you’re taking a foreign language class, Mango Languages might be helpful to you. Although Mango Languages won’t follow your course’s curriculum, it is a resource that could supplement your school learning. One aspect of the resource is a listen/record/playback feature that allows you to hear native speakers, record yourself, and playback to hear how your pronunciation and inflections compare to those of the native speakers.