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Need something extra-special to jazz up your report, make your life easier, or just something fun?

College.gov – College information. Includes links and information on Student Aid and the FAFSA.

Diversity in YA – this brainchild of Malinda Lo and Cindy Pon, is a website (and across-the-country book tour) celebrating diversity in Young Adult literature. The blog section contains author interviews. Continue checking out this site throughout the summer!

E-Resources – two a.m. and you need some reference material for your report due at 8 a.m.? Our virtual reference collection is available to anyone with a Cold Spring Harbor Library card. The databases cover everything from arts & humanities to travel.

Free Rice – part SAT vocabulary practice, part helping out hungry people around the world through the United Nations World Food Programme.

GUYS READ – when looking for your book, do you want at LEAST one explosion? Or outer space stories – minus the aliens? Come here. Great for grades 5-12.

The Official SAT Question of the Day – What an awesome way to review for the SAT! Not only can you answer questions (and get the answer without having to turn to the back of the review book), you can (a) register for the SAT, (b) find test dates for subject tests, and (c) create a personalized study plan!

Scratch – Thank you MIT! Scratch allows you to create and share your own interactive games, stories, music and art.

Son of a Citation Machine Need to include footnotes, bibliography, works cited, parenthetical citations? This baby will assist you in everything – from MLA (preferred by most high school teachers), APA (great for most college papers), Turabian, and Chicago (Miss Kate’s personal favorite).

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month is February. One in three teens experience some form of dating abuse. Get the facts (and resources) here.

Cyberbullying Resources – if you are being bullied in any way, shape, or form, PLEASE SPEAK UP.

  • Tools for Responding to Cyberbullying – fact sheep from the Anti-Defamation League
  • Hate Crime Reporting Form – Strictly confidential. BiasHELP tracks hate crimes and bias-related crimes across the United States.
  • STOPtechNObullying.org
  • LIGALY – This form is designed as a safe and confidential way to report incidents against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) individuals to the Long Island GLBT Services Network.  Reporting anti-GLBT incidents helps to create a safer community on Long Island.