1. This site includes a dictionary, thesaurus, and encyclopedia: http://www.reference.com
2. This online encyclopedia, which is the largest reference Web site on the Internet, has an extensive topic range that is constantly updated. It’s important to know that anyone can edit an article, so, according to Wikipedia, “Users need to be aware of this in order to obtain valid information and avoid misinformation which has been recently added and not yet removed.” http://www.wikipedia.org
3. This site features free online study guides for math, the sciences, writing, history, economics, the SAT and SAT subject tests, ACT, and AP exams, and some literature. In the “No Fear Shakespeare” section, there are 21st century translations of Shakespeare’s plays and sonnets. http://www.sparknotes.com
4. Conjugations for Spanish, French, Italian, German, and Portuguese verbs are available here. http://www.verbix.com
5. This site offers online translation dictionaries from English to Spanish, French, and Italian. Examples of usage and compound forms of the word allow users to choose the word with the right connotation.
6. This site assists users in creating MLA and APA citations. Many features on this site require a paid subscription, but NoodleBib Express is free.
7. This site includes a physics tutorial and a “Multimedia Physics Studio” to help users visualize physics concepts and practice problems http://www.physicsclassroom.com
8. This site has links to hundreds of useful sites – everything from rhyming dictionaries to how-to guides and maps, and features a search interface as well as a topic listing to make searching easier. http://yahoo.com/reference
9. This site lists SAT test dates, an SAT “question of the day”, full-length practice tests, and extensive college profiles. http://collegeboard.com