Having trouble with your homework? Here is a list of databases available to help you from home arranged by the type of assignment.
Find it Virginia
Find it Virginia is a state-wide resource that provides access to magazines, scholarly articles and other general reference works. Log in by selecting Pittsylvania County Library and entering your library card.
Literati Public offers homework help from live state certified teachers available after school. Students in grades 3 through 12 will find Math, Reading and Writing teachers waiting to assist them with their homework afterschool - either from the library computers or at home. Watch this four minute demostration.
Searching for AR books is made easier by using this free online database. You can search for book titles based on author, topics or specific titles.
eBooks on EBSCOhost(formerly NetLibrary)
Not sure what you want to do for your science fair project? This is a good place to start. There are science fair project books for students in elementary school through high school. Just click on subject in the search box, and type science projects for your search. Use this service at any library location or set up your account in the library and log in from anywhere!
Marker History Virginia Studies SOL GuideThe MarkerHistory.com Virginia Studies SOL Guide (the “Guide”) is a supplementary learning resource for students preparing to take the Virginia Studies Standards of Learning test. We have culled through the more than two thousand five hundred (2,500) Virginia Historical Highway Markers (“Historical Markers”) and mapped relevant markers to select sections of the Virginia Studies curriculum.