The current times are especially tough for children who are home from school and their parents who are struggling to keep up with remote learning and keep the kiddos occupied during downtime. Luckily, institutions and businesses are stepping up to offer all kinds of free fun and educational resources for youngsters. From cool virtual museum content

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NEW YORK, NY — The New York Public Library is partnering with an online tutoring service to provide city students homework help and one-on-one chat sessions with tutors while city schools are closed due to the outbreak of new coronavirus, library officials announced this week. The library launched its new online tutoring services Tuesday with

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Library branches may be closed, but you can still tap into their resources from home. Here are a few of the many offerings: The New York Public Library, which covers Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island, has free one-on-one tutoring for kindergartners to 12th graders. The effort is a partnership with Brainfuse, an online tutoring organization. The

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The New York Public Library is pleased to offer online tutoring to provide families with homework help, enrichment activities, and remote learning support through our partnership with Brainfuse. This partnership is just one of the many ways the Library is expanding its digital resources to New York City families during our temporary closure to help mitigate

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The New York Public Library now offers free one-on-one virtual tutoring in a partnership with Brainfuse, the online teaching resource. All you need to access a session is a library card. Just in time for the start of the NYC DOE’s grand experiment to introduce remote learning for over 1 million kids, this free after-school homework help for K-12 students is available

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Media Contact: Angela Montefinise,  MARCH 24, 2020—The New York Public Library has partnered with online tutoring service Brainfuse to offer all New York area students access to free after-school homework help,  including virtual 1-on-1 tutoring in a wide range of subjects for K-12 students. The new tool—available beginning today at nypl.org/brainfuse—offers a bank of videos, activities,

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Many of us now find ourselves at home and are looking for ways to stay in good spirits. Thankfully, Johnson County Library has a Stay-at-Home Toolkit to help make the most of your time. By following the watch, read and learn recommendations below, you’ll be on your way to enjoying your stay at home and

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Contra Costa libraries not open due to pandemic, but several online services available All Contra Costa County Library locations are closed until further notice due to the county health officer’s order to shelter in place. Library administrative offices are also closed, which means there is no one to answer chat messages or phone calls until

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All Hoboken Public Library facilities – the Main Library at 500 Park Avenue, the Grand Street Branch, and the Learning Center at HHA – will be closed beginning Monday, March 16, with a planned reopening on Monday, March 30, in an attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Library’s main website, hobokenlibrary.org, will still be

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