LinkedIn Learning – LinkedIn Learning offers a video library of engaging, top-quality courses taught by recognized industry experts. Learn software, technology, creative and business skills to achieve personal and professional goals.
Tutor.com – Connect with a tutor in more than 40 subjects including Math, Science, Social Studies, English, AP support, Foreign Languages, and Business. Tutoring sessions take place in an easy-to-use online classroom in your web browser.
University of Fashion – The University of Fashion brings together fashion industry professionals to create lessons that inspire and educate students, teachers, home sewers and the fashion curious.
DigitalLearn.org – If you are new to computers, haven’t used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, DigitalLearn.org has the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed.
Driving-Tests.org – Free New York State Driver Permit practice tests and driver handbooks. Automobile, motorcycle and commercial handbooks and practice tests are available.News for You – is a weekly newspaper featuring current news stories from major media outlets. Each week, roughly a half-dozen stories are rewritten to assist adult developing readers in increasing vocabulary and comprehension. Each issue includes a teaching guide; links to articles can be shared and accessed on any internet-connected device. Note: This is available in-library only.
LearningExpress Library 3.0 – Register as a new user to gain access to a completely new platform that offers all of the same great content found in version 2.0 with improved functionality; easier-to-use navigation; new interactive tutorials with integrated assessments; individualized prescriptive learning study plans; detailed guidance; tests with multiple modes for study; and score reports with recommendations for additional study. Your login from version 2.0 will not work on this platform.
First Find – Has basic information on easy to read websites.
- Learn English – Practice and learn English using several websites that include: Grammar, Vocabulary, Listening, Reading, Pronunciation and Writing. Test your progress with games and quizzes.
- Get Your GED – Connect to websites that can help build your knowledge and skills you will need to pass the GED. You will also find general information about the GED and how to take the GED test in New York State.
- Basic Computer Tips – How computers work and tutorials on how to use software.