Libraries aren’t just offering page turners, they can be go-to spots for online assistance of many sorts. With this year’s particular spotlight on online and distance learning, take a look at what is offered in this community, thanks to the local library system.
In order to connect students to homework assistance, the library has resources available online to help K-12 students with history, language arts, math and science.
Students in grades 3–12 can receive free, one-to-one, live online tutoring assistance from 1–11 p.m. daily (with their library card) in English or Spanish.
Find more information at Hennepin County Library’s homework help page.
Additionally, contact library staff members through the Ask Us service by email, chat or text.
If you’re looking for online events or reading suggestions, it’s all on the website. Stay connected at hclib.org.
Rose Ryan works for the Hennepin County Library–Maple Grove.