Whether it's the first day of kindergarten, freshman year of college, or just-for-fun learning, we have more than 50 different online resources for you to use as you get ready for the new school year.
Here are just a few to help you get back into the learning mindset.
Brainfuse HelpNow: Tutors are available from 2 - 9 p.m. every day with live homework help for math, science, English, social studies and adult learning. Take ACT, SAT, AP, GED, TOEFL and U.S. citizenship practice tests.
Scholastic Teachables: Worksheets, mini-books, printable packs and lessons to use in class or at home.
NoveList and NoveList K-8: Get book recommendations and find read-alikes for adults and teens with NoveList. Use NoveList K-8 to find books for kids. Search by reading level or theme, or find books you'll like based on their favorites.
Gale Courses: Enroll in six-week courses led by experts in subjects like business, technology, health care training and personal development.
Explora and Explora Primary Schools: Find articles, essays and primary source documents on history, science, arts, health, current events and more. Explora Primary Schools can help you find kid-friendly articles for homework and school projects.
Miss Humblebee's Academy: Prepare your child for kindergarten with interactive lessons in math, science, language and more.
Most of our online resources can be accessed from home (including all six on this list!). All you need is your Library card number and PIN. Don't see what you need? Check out a full list of our online resources.
And as always, feel free to ask a librarian for help by emailing DigitalServices@stdl.org or stopping by our Reference Desk.