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Resources for Online Learners


Over 1,000 art and craft video classes for adults and kids, taught by recognized design experts and artists. Topics include fiber and paper arts, jewelry making, sewing and quilting, food, home and more. Create your free account and enjoy unlimited access to instructional videos, patterns, and access to exclusive documentaries and live video feeds on Creativebug Television (CBTV). Click here for a video tutorial about using this resource. provides access to the following state-specific information:
 - 11 car practice tests
 - 8 motorcycle practice tests
 - 3 CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) practice tests
 - 3 online driver’s manuals (car, motorcycle, CDL)
 - An FAQ section with detailed answers to 100+ DMV-related questions provides access to thousands of video tutorials to help you learn more about software, technology, business, management, customer service, and many other essential job skills. Videos vary from a few minutes long to multi-hour Learning Paths, a curated playlist of video courses. Create a profile using your library card and a password of your own choice. If you forget your password, call at 1 (888) 335-9632 for help. Click here for a video tutorial about using this resource.

News For You

News for You provides adult ESL students and struggling readers with news and human interest stories that are easy to read and understand. These engaging, timely stories will help students build language, reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing, listening and speaking skills. Use the password 0EEEB7 to enter.

Scholastic Learn at Home

Scholastic has made this free resource for teachers, students, and families affected by school closures. Use this login information for free access: Username: Learning20, Password: Clifford. The site supports students learning at home with approximately three hours of learning opportunities per day, including projects, articles and stories, virtual field trips, reading and geography challenges, and more. These daily learning opportunities were carefully curated by editors at Scholastic to reduce the burden on teachers and families needing to create meaningful learning experiences.