The $1.9 trillion pandemic relief legislation passed by Congress in March contains a significant amount of money for libraries to help their communities. In response, many companies are highlighting products that can be purchased with recovery funding. The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) includes $200
Brainfuse offers live, one-on-one homework help and test prep (in English and Spanish) from real people in a variety of subjects every day between 2 and 10 p.m. Students working on writing assignments can send their drafts to Brainfuse instructors for feedback. They offer assistance
By Kathy Chouteau Homework help, paper feedback and resume assistance are at community members’ fingertips thanks to Brainfuse, a new on-demand eLearning resource launched by the Richmond Public Library for people of all ages. As part of the Brainfuse offering, “HelpNow” gives students with a
The Seaford District Library announced a partnership with the Seaford School District for all enrolled K-12 students to receive virtual library cards. The partnership is only the third of its kind statewide, and it is aimed at encouraging and increasing literacy on the western side
Libraries across the country are making a difference in people’s lives by providing electronic learning resources like online homework help and WiFi access for students and workers who may lack internet access at home. DCDL introduced our Student Learning Resources website and Brainfuse online tutoring center last year, as well as expanded our wireless signal reaches into our parking lots and beyond for local devices to connect to high-speed internet for free.
Offers on-demand, personalized homework help for all levels in core subjects (math, reading, writing, science, and social studies) including SAT preparation. Students communicate with live, online tutors using an interactive, virtual whiteboard to chat, write, draw, copy/paste text or images, and graph homework problems. HelpNow
The Brownwood Public Library was recently awarded a CARES grant, made possible through funding to Institute of Museum and Library Services as administered by the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The grant allows the library to support the Brown County community as we recover