Library Board Trustee Shannon Bilbray-Axelrod Says Free Homework Help is at Your Library!
The start of the new school year is right around the corner and the Library District has an amazing number of resources dedicated to helping students succeed in school and in life, and they’re absolutely free!
In-person homework help assistance is available at many urban branches from qualified tutors. Call 507-6162 for more information.
Library branches offer places to study and friendly librarians to help kids find what they need for school as well as for fun. Students will find free Wi-Fi and computers in the Young People’s Libraries with databases, word processing and other software programs to make school reports look great.
The Library’s website has special Homework Help web pages available 24/7 for kids in Pre-K through fifth grade, and grades 6 through 12. The resources can be used from home, at the library, or from school, and all kids need is a library card and a computer or other Internet-enabled device.
In addition to websites, databases and other resources to help with a research project, write a report or complete an assignment, the Homework Help pages offer HelpNow from Brainfuse. This online tutoring site offers free help from experts in English or Spanish in the subjects of English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies and Writing.
Special features include a Writing Lab where students submit their writing to a tutor and receive expert feedback; a Test Center for practice tests to improve skills in several subject areas; and Flashbulb, a great feature that lets students find flashcards to study or create their own. They can print out their flashcards, or view them through apps on their smartphone or other devices.
Students may also submit questions any time of day and receive a response within 24 hours.
Explore Brainfuse’s HelpNow when your child needs professional homework assistance. This secure site is a free resource through the Library with your library card!
Urban Libraries to Stay Open Later
The extended open hours will affect the urban branches only. Outlying library hours will remain unchanged.
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