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The Homework Help guide has a large number of links leading to a wide variety topics including math, history, government, and writing.

Homework Help Resource Center


Welcome to the High Plains Library District’s Homework Help Resource Center! 

Find resources to help you answer those tough homework questions. 

Looking for in-person homework assistance?


Welcome back! The 2016-2017 School year is upon us!

We hope you have a great school year and if you need help, you can find it here!


Riverside Library and Cultural Center:  Homework help sessions will be starting up on September 14 and will run through December 14 for the fall semester. HH takes place from 4-6pm every Wednesday. 

Centennial Park Library:  The Study Corner is available for students to have a quiet place to study by themselves Monday through Thursday 3-5 pm.

Farr Regional Library: Study Rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. 


                                  High Plains Library District locations, hours, and contact information.



General Homework Help Web Links

These web links are your one-stop shop for any homework help topic you can imagine!


B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper

Simply put—everything about anything you could ever want to know about!  If you can’t find it here, you won’t find it anywhere.



Need more information about American History?  Algebra?  Calculus?  Physics?  American Government?  It’s all right here! HippoCampus is a project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education (MITE). Their goal is to provide high-quality, multimedia content on general education subjects to high school and college students free of charge.


Internet Public Library for Teens   

Always reliable, an excellent resource for homework help, including using the library and the web.  Easy to navigate, easy to use.  You can move through the guides at your own pace.  This site is frequently updated and maintained.


The Internet Scout Project      

A great annotated compilation of the best of the web based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries.  New lists published every Friday, archives freely available.  Headings easy to navigate, but there is so much information here it can be distracting. 


MIT OpenCourseWare

Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT. No registration required.

MIT OpenCourseWare makes the materials used in the teaching of substantially all of MIT's undergraduate and graduate courses—more than 2,000 in all—available on the Web, free of charge, to any user in the world.