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Learn languages through fun activities and games. Languages include Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, and Latin. Student accounts and basic educator accounts are free.

Consumer Search

ConsumerSearch was founded in 1999 with the sole mission of cutting through much of the hype and hyperbole that surrounded the then-new world of internet retail sales. We found that by personally examining all available reviews, and winnowing out the information that was obviously biased or self-serving, we could find the products that truly do what they say they will do. This enables us to recommend the top products in a range of categories for a variety of budgets and lifestyles, thus saving time, money and disappointment for millions of consumers.

Core Collections (H.W. Wilson)

Includes Children's Core Collection, Graphic Novels Core Collection, Middle and Junior High Core Collection, Fiction Core Collection, Public Library Core Collection: Nonfiction, and Senior High Core Collection; created with the input of librarians, each catalog is a guide to thousands of books, plus review sources and other professional aids for librarians and school media specialists.


College-level courses from major universities around the world across a variety of subjects. Access using a browser, Android app, or iOS app.


Over 1,000 art and craft video classes for adults and kids, taught by recognized design experts and artists. Topics include fiber and paper arts, jewelry making, sewing and quilting, food, home and more. Create your free account and enjoy unlimited access to instructional videos, patterns, and access to exclusive documentaries and live video feeds on Creativebug Television (CBTV). Click here for a video tutorial about using this resource.

Criminal Justice Resource Ecosystem Map - St. Louis Region

The St. Louis region has many organizations focused on criminal justice resources, including resources that are open to everyone in the community for information or services as well as those with closed or internal referral processes. The Clark-Fox Family Foundation has compiled a map depicting how these organizations are connected within the landscape. Click on any of the large colored circles to enlarge that section of the map, and hold your cursor over an agency to see what they do.