This service offers live online tutoring, test preparation, writing assistance, Microsoft Office Help, and other services designed to help adults acquire critical and marketable academic skills. Tutors are available Monday through Sunday from 1 - 10 PM.
When you access the Brainfuse Adult Learning Center link you will be leaving the Santa Clara County Library District website and directed to Brainfuse, a live, online tutoring company. More...
Use this service for homework assistance via the Internet. English as well as Spanish speaking-tutors are available Monday through Sunday from 1-10 PM for one-on-one assistance in a wide variety of subjects.
Brainfuse’s Summer Skills Camp provides youth with opportunities to stay engaged over the summer through live tutoring, mini lessons, and activities in Math, Science and Writing. Lessons are geared toward students in grades 3 – 12. Kids can keep learning all summer long and focus on areas that are most important in a fun way.
When you access the Brainfuse link you will be leaving the Santa Clara County Library District website and directed to Brainfuse, a live, online tutoring company. More...
Actual business plans compiled by, and aimed at, entrepreneurs seeking funding for small businesses. General information about finance, banking, accounting, marketing, management, and business information systems.
Step back in time... trace your family history or discover the history of your local community!
Use this service to help you find a job. Live tutors are available Monday through Sunday from 1-10 PM for one-on-one assistance in a wide variety of topics related to finding a job, writing a winning resume, and interview coaching.
When you access the JobNow link you will be leaving the Santa Clara County Library District website and directed to Brainfuse, a live, online tutoring company. More...
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Also find self guided help with reading, writing, and math. New users will be asked to create a user name and password when they first access the resources.
Los recursos para Hispanohablantes del Learning Express Library incluye recursos para:
Available from JSTOR, Mathematics Magazine offers lively, readable, and appealing exposition on a wide range of mathematical topics.
At medici.tv, enjoy over 100 live broadcasts a year featuring international concerts, operas, ballets, and more. Additionally, experience over 1,700 videos of past programs and other works: concerts, operas, ballets, documentaries, master classes, educational films, and artist profiles. Enjoy over 3,000 musical works, from baroque to contemporary music: all themes, all periods, and all genres. Compare different interpretations of the same work. Over 3,500 webpages of research data include performance synopses, cast information, performer biographies, video links, repertoire information, composer details, music genre information, instrument data, institutions information, and other resources. New videos are continuously added to the website. A click of your mouse at Santa Clara County Library District’s website lets you travel to great orchestras, concert halls, festivals, and competitions, including Carnegie Hall, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker, Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Beijing's NCPA, Aspen Music Festival, Moscow Easter Festival, Salzburg Festival, Festival de Saint-Denis, Poland International Chopin Piano Competition, and more.
An encyclopedia for students containing information about science and scientists that also includes science games, puzzles, and brain teasers.
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Welcome to the New York Times online. Use the in-library or remote link, register with your email address (click on the "Redeem" button to start, or log in if you already have an account,) and then enjoy the daily edition of the New York Times and all it has to offer. Search archives back to 1851. In-library access is available during library hours. Redeem 72 hours of full off-site access at this link. Access is tied to your email address, so you can use whatever computer or device you prefer. Enjoy this award-winning online newspaper now!
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A gateway offering users the ability to access and cross-search multiple music reference resources in one location. Contains the Grove Music Online, as well as The Oxford Dictionary of Music, and The Oxford Companion to Music. Note: Through a partnership with Sibelius notation software, over 500 of Grove's musical examples are now available in sound as well as annotated examples. To listen, a small software plug-in called Scorch is required. Scorch is not yet loaded on public workstations in the library and can only be loaded by an administrator.
Reference eBooks covering topics such as world religions, major denominations, biblical studies, religious history, epistemology, political philosophy, philosophy of language, moral philosophy and the history of philosophy.
Presents entries written by the world's leading mathematicians. Introduces basic mathematical tools and vocabulary, traces the development of modern mathematics, explains essential terms and concepts, examines core ideas in major areas of mathematics, describes the achievements of scores of famous mathematicians, and explores the impact of mathematics on other disciplines such as biology, finance, and music.
Pronunciator es una manera divertida y fácil de aprender cualquiera de los 80 idiomas disponibles. ¡Regístrese gratis y empiece a aprender a su propio ritmo!
Full-text versions of the following Salem Press titles owned by the library:
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Presents a broad range of scientific and mathematical disciplines through definitions, essays, diagrams, biographies, and experiments.
Online version of the popular magazine Scientific American. Updated monthly, the magazine features articles by scientists -- many of who are Nobel Prize winners -- and top journalists in all fields of science and technology.
If you are a current, active user, you will continue to log in on the Treehouse web site using your registered email and password. The library card number will no longer be required for login.
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