Helpful Resouces

A Word of Caution- The following is a collection of websites appropriate to students in grades 6-12 that are intended to raise academic achievement. Websites often contain links to other sites, advertisements for products, and even give access to chat rooms. Surf with caution!

CLICK on the titles below for access to these sites:

Educational Resources

AR Traveler Database- Traveler databases offer magazines, books, encyclopedias, and other resources to all Arkansas residents. Research current events, science, business, health, notable people, hobbies, and much more from your library, school, home or office.

Ask.com –Type in question and get an answer!

Awesome Library for Teens –A searchable directory of over 14,000 carefully reviewed resources

Channel One News –This website will provide current and past news and be a great resource for world events!

Cyber Sleuth–An Internet search engine and guide for K-12 students featuring sure selected by teachers for their educational value

Research and Writing Resources

Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations

Discovering Collection (Gale Reference Books)

EBSCO (Magazine/Journal Database)

Encyclopedia of Arkansas

Encyclopedia Britannica

How to Cite Electronic Sources (MLA Style)

The Human-Languages Page

The Modern Language Association (MLA Information)

Project Bartleby Archive

Roget’s Thesaurus

Webster’s Dictionary

Library Resources

E-TEXT Archives

Internet Public Library –A listing of selected search engines and catalogs

Library of Congress

National Agriculture Library

On-Line Books

Literature Resources

Children’s Literature Web Guide

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

The English Server

Faulkner on the Web

Jane Austen on the Web

Steinbeck on the Web

Other Resources

Keirsey Temperament Test

Occupational Outlook Handbook

T.A.S.S.E.L. Time

Jobs for Teens

The Sheridan School District is not responsible for the content on any other sites or links from any of Sheridan's pages. These sites are not intended to imply any endorsement by the Sheridan Public School System.