Do you need help with your homework, but you aren’t sure where to go? No worries, we have designed a page on our library’s website just for that purpose. There are several ways to get help in answering your questions or just helping with that hard math problem. Let’s take a look to see how easily this site is to navigate. The site is broken down into various sections, so let’s get started.
Search by grade level
The first thing you want to do when you get here is to determine the level of information you need, whether you are looking for information at the elementary, middle or high school level. This is the easiest way to search, because all the information contained on this page will be for that specific age group, so there is no guessing. Ok, just click on the school level you need and let’s get started.
Each of these pages is broken down even further to help narrow your search needs. These are listed by the various subjects. Once you click on a subject, you will then be directed to a page that contains electronic resources, websites, and general information in that specific subject area. How easy is that?
Ask a Librarian
This is an online version of asking a librarian a question. We can help you find sources that are credible or recommend various places to search for the information requested. (Please note, we cannot assist with the assignment, nor provide answers)
Practice tests, exercises, skills-building courses, and information you need to achieve the results you want at school, at work, or in life.
BrainFuse Online Tutoring
One-on-one tutoring, writing lab, skills building, practice tests and foreign language homework help. Whether you’re tackling a tough homework problem, learning an academic skill, or writing a term paper, you can find help! Tutors are available in English and in Spanish.
Do you need a book on a specific person, or do you just need to read a fiction book for a report? No problem, you can find what you need by searching the catalog. This is a collection of all the items we have at all of our libraries. You can type a term in the search book, or you can select a picture of the subject you are looking for. This makes for very easy searching.
Databases (electronic resources)
This is the one place where all the electronic resources are housed. There are biography resources, journal articles, scientific information and much much more. These can be use from home as long as you have Internet access, a valid library card and PIN and your record states that you are part of the Las Vegas taxing district. If they don’t apply, you can simply visit any of our libraries to use these sources.
Info Guides highlight relevant library materials and services, online databases and local community resources for each topic covered. They are prepared by Library District staff members.
Parents and Teacher
There is also a section for parents and teachers. These links will give parents and teachers the tools they need in assisting the students with research.
We hope you will find this site useful for helping with your homework, so let us know what you think of this site. We also like recommendations for improvements, so if you think there are any improvements needed, just let us know.