Homework Help

Need to find reliable sources for your homework and projects? We've got you covered!

The Woodbridge Public Library has online databases, print materials, and a lot more to help you with your research. Access our collection of databases from home or within the library using your library card. We've also provided links for websites you can use to help you research and cite papers, learn new tech skills, and get the information you need! Still need help? Stop by a library reference desk and talk to a librarian, call 732-634-4450, or use our "Ask a Librarian" form to send us a message.

  1. Library Databases
  2. Online Resources
  3. Style Guides & Tech Help
  • America's News - Looking for a news or magazine article? Check here for local and national papers!
  • EBSCO eBooks - Thousands of nonfiction and research books on a wide range of topics, available 24/7.
  • Facts on File - Get information on a wide range of subjects, including history, science, careers, literature, geography, and more.
  • Ferguson's Career Guidance Center - Includes industry overviews and career descriptions, job-hunting advice, sample resumes and cover letters, and thousands of listings for internships, scholarships, trade associations, and more.
  • Grolier Online - Hundreds of thousands of authoritative articles from Encyclopedia Americana, The New Book of Knowledge, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, and The New Book of Popular Science.
  • JerseyClicks - Access dozens of databases for homework help at the library or from your personal computer.
  • Job and Career Accelerator - Provides step-by-step guidance on finding a job. Includes resume building, tutorials, and live job search.
  • LearningExpress - Get access to test prep for SAT, ACT, AP exams, TOEFL and more, along with dozens of subject reviews. You can also find out more information about college and career planning here!
  • LinkedIn Learning (Formerly Lynda.com) - Over four thousand video courses to help you learn hundreds of subjects and popular software tools, like Photoshop, Java, HTML, Google Docs, and more.
  • Literature Resource Center - One-stop resource for information on authors, their literary works and criticism of their works.
  • Project Gutenberg - A giant collection of public domain eBooks, including classics, available to download or read in your browser for free!
  • World Book Online - An online encyclopedia.