Do you have a homework project? Need to do Internet research or find books or articles for a school project? Here are great places to start.
- HelpNow. Free online homework help & skills-building tutoring.
Live Homework Help, Skills Building and Writing Workshop for grades 3-12. College students may also find the skills review and writing workshop helpful. One-to-one online tutors are available from 1-10 pm, seven days per week. Spanish-speaking tutors are also available. Learn more...
- Ask a Librarian.
Have a question? We have answers. 24 hours a day. 7 days a week. 365 days a year. Chat live with a librarian. Email, and phone information services.
- Kids Homework Help.
A selection of the best online resources for students in grades K-6.
- Databases at the Tacoma Public Library.
Please note: many of these databases require a valid Tacoma Public Library card. Learn how to get a card here.
- Web resources: a starting place.
These web sites are used daily by our reference librarians to answer questions and provide information to our library patrons.
- Northwest history resources.
Welcome to the online home of the Library's Northwest Room & Special Collections- a treasure trove of information about the exploration, growth and development of Tacoma and the Puget Sound Region.
- Find the book you need.
Search our library catalog for books and other resources you need. Material available at one location can be easily and quickly delivered to a library in your neighborhood. The downtown Main Library has a terrific selection of non-fiction DVDs and videocassettes.
- Locations & Hours.
A trip to the library is one of the very best ways to complete your homework assignment. Our reference librarians and library staff are ready to help you find the information and resources you need to complete your homework assignment.
Last Updated 01.11.2012