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Library Databases for Life-long Learning

Learning is its own reward! Build your brain and learn something new with these great resources.

  • Mango Languages
    Choose from more than 30 languages. Learn by listening to native speakers and engaging in the interactive lessons offered through this user-friendly language instruction tool.
  • Universal Class
    Continuing education service designed specifically for use by public library patrons. Courses in GED, fitness, entrepreneurship, arts and music, home and garden care, cooking, computers and technology, health, homeschooling, job assistance, law, ESL, parenting, pet care plus 100’s more.

Online Resources for Life-Long Learning

These free online courses, often referred to as massive open online courses (MOOCs), won't require a library card number, but they may require that you create a log in or profile. Many are publications of actual university courses. They are not credit-bearing or degree-granting, but they can help you overcome the barriers of time, money, or location. Expand your knowledge and explore the possiblities of a world-class education.

  • Udacity
    Learn by solving challenging problems and pursuing udacious projects with world-renowned university instructors. Classes are free, and Udacity offers a range of certification options (for a fee) that are recognized by major technology companies.

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