Study to become a citizen or improve your reading, writing, and math skills.
Learn about a career, take an occupational practice test, or learn how to create an eye catching resume through the Learning Express Career Preparation Center.
Practice for the ACT, SAT, or AP exam and get tips for how to write a college admission essay.
Use this resource to prepare for graduate school admissions exams. Materials include practice tests and exercises for the GRE, MCAT, and LSAT and include practice materials to help you brush up on your math, grammar, reading, and writing skills.
Update your computer skills with this resource. Take self paced courses on a variety of popular software tools, including Microsoft Office suite, Adobe Design products, and more.
This resource includes basic computer instructions, as well as email and social media courses.
Gale Courses offers a wide range of highly interactive, instructor led courses that you can take entirely online. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month. Topics include:
- Accounting and Finance
- Computer Programs
- Healthcare and Medical
- Language and Arts
- Law and Legal
- Personal Development
- Teaching and Education
- Writing and Publishing
This resource requires a valid St. Tammany Parish Library card. This resource can be used at school for the 2020-2021 school year.
This resource provides tech tutorials and life skills lessons that are available for free.
Brush up on your reading, writing, and math skills or study for the HiSET exam.
Explore career paths, find jobs and internships, create a resume or cover letter, and find potential colleges and scholarship opportunities through this resource.
Provides free learning tools and lessons for kids from grades K-College.
A comprehensive interactive learning platform of tests, courses, software tutorials, and career preparation for students and adults. This resource includes:
- Adult Core Skills Center, opens a new window
- Career Preparation Center, opens a new window
- College Admission Test Preparation Center, opens a new window
- College Students Center, opens a new window
- Computer Skills Center, opens a new window
- High School Equivalency Center, opens a new window
- Job & Career Accelerator, opens a new window
- Recursos Para Hispanohablantes, opens a new window
- School Center, opens a new window
- Student Success Skills Center, opens a new window
Miss Humblebee’s Academy is a fun and interactive online kindergarten-readiness learning tool for children ages 3 to 6. With hundreds of lessons in Math, Science and Social Studies, Language and Literacy, Art, and Music, the curriculum increases in difficulty as the user progresses through the program. Parents can track their child’s learning outcomes through weekly progress reports that are emailed and available online 24/7.
Miss Humblebee’s Academy can be used at the library, home, or on-the-go via smart phones, iPads, and tablets. Approximately twenty percent of the curriculum is available offline in the form of printables and practice worksheets.
Take a free course with Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Courses are available on a variety of topics and include video lecture and class notes and other documents. Course credit is not available for completed courses.
Reading, writing, social studies, and math practice test and courses available for grades K-12.
This resource helps high school students learn life skills and academic skills needed for success in the classroom and beyond.