Do you need help with Microsoft Word 2010? Are you considering a real estate license? Does your middle schooler need math help? Is someone you know studying for the GED test, ASVAB, or SAT?
LearningExpress Library has something for everyone in the household. Beginning with fourth grade level reading and math help and continuing through college to workplace-related skills, the database offers resources in the form of exercises, practice tests, and eBooks. Best of all, this database is available to you in any of our libraries or at home, provided you have Internet access and a library card.
What a great way for anyone to improve their skills whether you’re preparing for an admissions test for school or a licensing exam related to your career. What a great savings too, as there are no study books to buy. All you do is create a free account in the database, choose the proper category to review, and work through the material. Practice tests are available and the database will score your work letting you know where you may need to concentrate your efforts. Software tutorials are also part of this database, so take a look. You’ll be glad you did.
Submitted by Business, Science, and Technology Department
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
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