Friday, August 05, 2011

Learning Express for College Students

A reminder from the state library:

(Learning Express is available here and through the Butler Pipeline) It’s a resource that can be utilized by nearly every student for help with classroom basics or advanced studies; studying for AP tests and sample tests; sample tests for GED; and U.S. Citizenship tests. College students can practice Math and Algebra and a variety of other tests at all levels including the GRE.

In addition, LearningExpress recently added 18, new, self-paced, easy-to-follow multimedia tutorials focused on Computer and Internet Basics. These are engaging, on-line tutorials that teach PC essentials in a straightforward, non-technical manner. Think Windows 10!

The Job and Career Accelerator offers many resources for the student seeking a first job. Try the resume builder.





LearningExpress is a great resource! It’s as easy as establishing a username and password to get started. All work within the program such as practice tests, resumes, and job searches are saved in a way that the user can easily recapture.

Janie Rutherford
Communications Coordinator
janie.rutherford@library.ks.gov
State Library of Kansas
785-291-3230
300 SW 10th, 169W
Topeka, KS 66612

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