Poets.org is produced by the Academy of American Poets. They launched the website in 1996 as the first online source for poetry for all ages, as well as resources for teachers K-12.
All Poetry is a poetry database that offers poems on a variety of topics from well-known and amateur writers.
CliffsNotes defines itself as the “original” and “most widely imitated” study guide.
eNotes was founded in 1998 to provide material intended to help students complete their assignments to the best of their abilities.
Gradesaver describes itself as offering the highest quality study guides that are written exclusively by Harvard students.
Hello Poetry is a poetry website that began in 2009 as a place to read and share poetry. The website into a place where over a million readers a month can share their love for poetry.
LitCharts was founded by the original editors of SparkNotes. The website offers analyses of poems, books, and plays.
Owlcation is a website created by experts on topics that range from literature to history and biology.
Shmoop markets itself as a platform that “moves education forward.”
SparkNotes labels itself as a resource students can “turn to when [they’re] confuzzled.”
The Poetry Foundation is the publisher of Poetry magazine, an award-winning publication that works to raise poetry to a more influential level in contemporary life.