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Sat: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sun: 1-4 p.m.

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Mon, Wed, Fri: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Tues, Thurs: 9 a.m.-8 p.m.

Sat: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sun: 1-4 p.m.

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765.668.2900

 

600 S. Washington St.

Marion, IN 46953

mpl@marion.lib.in.us

Fax: 765-668-2911

Transportation

Free parking in the lot behind the library & on the streets surrounding the library. (Remember that Washington, 7th, Boots, and 6th streets are one-way, as is the MPL drive off of 6th Street.)

 

Sheltered bus stop on Washington St.

 

Bike racks in front & back;

a limited number of locks available

for checkout from the Circulation Desk. 

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STUDENT RESOURCES

Citation manuals

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Citation Machine helps with citing sources, avoiding plagiarism, checking grammar, and adding bibliography and citations. Has a free account, with more features for subscribers.

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EasyBib helps with citing sources, checks for plagiarism, suggests writing and grammar improvements. Has basic free account, with added features for subscribers.

Purdue OWL - Online Writing Lab - provides free writing resources and instructional materials, including courses on specific topics.

College information

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Learn More Indiana helps Hoosiers plan their careers, prepare for advanced education, and map out the cost.

Peterson’s Education Center provides tools to choose higher education that fits individual students, plus testing practice and funding resources to help students fund their schooling.

Grants and financial Aid

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Apply at Community Foundation of Grant County for more than 130 scholarships for Grant County students of every age, income level, academic ability, and athletic aim. Students can be full- or part-time at accredited universities, colleges, or trade schools.

FAFSA forms can be filled out at this website, which also offers early-aid estimates, tips for filling out the form, and what to expect after filing the form.

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FinAid is an objective, comprehensive tool to get information, advice, and tools to help users secure financial aid for higher education.

Homework help

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Accredited Online Schools lists certified online learning programs, from kindergarten through university.

AskRose Homework Helpline offers free science and math tutoring for 6th-12th-graders. Sponsored by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Help is available online or by calling 877-275-7673 or ASK-ROSE.

Crash Course has a growing cache of 10-15-minute videos that cover science, history, literature, and more in a light-hearted style. These free tutorials are designed for high-school students.

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Crash Course Kids is the same video format as the original, only geared toward a younger audience. Videos are designed for middle-schoolers.

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GCF LearnFree – a division of GCF Global – offers free tutorials for adults, including computer and technology usage, personal finance, resume writing, career planning, grammar.

Khan Academy offers free video tutorials for students from kindergarten through high-school. It has test preparation for college admissions, graduate school, and health fields. Also, it has videos about college, careers, personal finance, entrepreneurship, and personal growth.

Spanish speakers

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Recursos en español (Education Resources for Spanish Speakers) is provided by the U.S. Department of Education.