Digital Resources for Teens

Brownell offers a variety of digital resources for teens which you can enjoy from anywhere: 

For more recommendations on media, local events, and information check at the following trusted sources:

  • Be Internet Awesome’ with Google's Interland: Embark on a quest to become a confident explorer of the online world. 
  • Book Riot's Reading Recommendations: Looking for young adult fiction for yourself or to give to the teens in your life? Book Riot's got all the bases (and genres) covered.
  • Bright Lite: Teen-generated content including photos, essays, drawings, comics, journal entries, and letters
  • Common Sense Media's Best Media for Teens: Hand-picked lists of Common Sense Media's favorite titles in every category of media they cover -- movies, TV, books, music, websites, apps, and games (including learning ratings). Filter by age to find the best recommendations for you.
  • Common Sense Media's Free Online Game Recommendations: Filter by age to find games that are free to play, as well as entertaining, exciting, and (in some cases) educational.
  • Duolingo: Learn a language for free
  • Exploratorium: Explore, play, discover: websites, activities, and more to pique your curiosity about STEAM
  • Global Oneness Project: Explore the deeper issues facing humanity through immersive storytelling. These award-winning films, photo essays, and essays explore social, cultural, and environmental issues facing people and communities worldwide.
  • Khan Academy: Find homework help with videos explaining a variety of concepts.
  • Learning Network: Articles, writing prompts, crossword puzzles, multimedia, contests, and student opinion from the New York Times.
  • Mouse Open Project: Creative technology and computer science projects that solve real world problems
  • Noflyingnotights: Graphic novel reviews
  • TeenCentral: Share stories and find resources on a variety of issues affecting teens
  • Time for Payback: This game is designed to get you thinking about how to succeed in college without taking on too much student loan debt.
  • Writing Guide: Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL) offers free writing and citation resources

Learn more about our other Teen Services.

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