Hand-picked by librarians, these web sites are certain to educate, inform and inspire! In addition to our favorite links, we're providing you with easy access to popular links. These links may be just what you're looking for, but if you need more info, visit BPL's eLearning or Recommended Sites page.
Includes drug facts, focusing ways to stay above the influence, plus how to help a friend.
Channel One News
Offers news for the classroom, a global community and entertainment for teens.
Get information and practice for SAT and AP test or help with college planning.
A site to do all different types of citations for any resource.
WebMD's site dedicated to inspiring teen fitness, weight training, aerobics, nutrition and helping all teens get the most out of life.
Love is Respect
The ultimate resource to engage, educate and empower youth and young adults to prevent and end abusive relationships. Includes dating basics, defining abuse, texting and sexting information, plus links for help.
Website for the popular teen magazine. Take quizzes, get advice and learn about the latest trends.
The definitive Internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors and misinformation.
Can't understand the latest book your English teacher assigned? SparkNotes is what you need. Help on classic novels, Shakespeare or SAT/AP test prep.
Teen Ink offers teenagers the opportunity to publish their creative work and opinions on the issues that affect their lives - everything from love and family to teen smoking and community service.
Love to read? Teen Reads features reviews for teen fiction and non-fiction books.
A safe website where teens can learn about health issues.
YALSA - theHUB
A division of the American Library Association dedicated to serving teens.
Supervising Teen's Internet Use
It is the library's policy that parents or legal guardians are responsible for deciding what library resources are appropriate for their children. Parents may feel some resources and internet sites are inappropriate for their children. Parents should supervise their teen's internet sessions and discuss appropriate content and activities, including social networking, with their teen.
No filtering software can control access to all materials that an individual may deem inappropriate. Please note that social networking is allowed on library computers. Parents are encouraged to review Keeping Kids Safer on the Internet and to talk with their children about internet safety. For more information, review BPL's Computer Policies.
About Recommended Sites
Our goal is to provide you with educational, entertaining and reliable information on the internet. All web content should be viewed with a discerning eye for accuracy, authorship and currency. Please note, by providing these web links for easy access, inclusion does not imply endorsement by Bentonville Library.