ipl2 contains resources by subject, newspapers and magazines, for kids, for teens, special collections created by ipl2.

How Stuff Works source of credible, unbiased and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works.

World Factbook by the CIA provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military and transnational issues for 267 world entities.

Library of Congress gives access to legislative information, American history and American’s Library.

United States House of Representatives where you can contact your representative, read about current legislation and has links to other government and education.

Northern Light Strategic Research Portals provides search and content integration technology and solutions for enterprises and individuals.

High School ACE is the academic homepage for high school students and teachers (by Quiz Hub)

Study Guides and Strategies contains essential and valuable information that will help you be the best student you can be. Study skills, reading skills, test preparation and taking skills, classroom participation, writing basics and evaluating information.

Crosswalk includes Bible study tools and links to articles, discussion groups, chat rooms, news in religion and free newsletters.

The History Place presents a fact-based, common sense approach in the presentation of the history of humanity, with great care given to accuracy.

StarDate Online learn about stars, planets, solar system, stargazing tips and facts about constellations, phases of the moon and more.

General Chemistry Online has a common compound library, companion notes, articles, toolbox, tutorials, simulations and more.

The New York Times for national and international news, continually updated.

Knox County Public Library access a variety of wealth of information

Ijams Nature Center discover the natural world at Knoxville’s premier environmental education center and park.

Online College Courses Guide to Free Online College Classes for High School Students