5 Out of 5 Stars for the Teen Resource Center

When it comes to educational resources, not all are created equal. The Teen Resource Center was designed specifically for today's teens. Using real-world scenarios to answer real-world questions, this inclusive platform has become a top resource for teens as well as a fantastic resource for teachers, parents, and communities.

But enough of us talking...see what our users are saying about us: 

"Teen Resource Center . . . is a stand-out resource for teenagers looking for accurate, current, and reliable information. The variety and extensiveness of relevant and contemporary information for today's young adults and the manner in which it is presented makes [this] . . . an excellent choice for all physical and virtual libraries serving young adults."

Angela Wojtecki, Nordonia Hills City Schools, OH

"The user-friendly design, conversational yet well-documented text, and dependable suggested resources will appeal to adolescents. The site also effectively addresses topics teens may feel more comfortable researching privately, making it a solid choice for most libraries serving high school students."

— School Library Journal, February '19

“I love the Teen Resource Center. I think it’s just such a fabulous, all encompassing database. We’re thrilled to have it as part of our system.”

— Jennifer Rifino, St. Tammany Parish Library, LA 

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In 2019, the Teen Resource Center was awarded the Best Electronic Reference Award by the School Library Connection and American Reference Books Annual. 

Used by teens and for teens, the Teen Resource Center is currently the only all-encompassing teen online database that provides access to 2,000+ articles spanning 28 subject areas, 500+ of the most common teen questions with real-world answers, and 100s of additional resources including links to hotlines, online communities, and organizations.

What are you waiting for? 

Learn more about the Teen Resource Center or request your free demo with one of our experts here

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