Learning

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Has a new web tool for college-bound students.  The tool will help you understand your financial aid offer, help you budget the remaining costs, estimate how much you will owe, determine whether you can afford that debt, and more.

Digital Learn 
If you are new to computers, haven’t used them for a while, are a little unsure and uncomfortable, or just need a bit of a refresher, Digital Learn have the tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed. Available in English and in Spanish!

GCF Global
Learn the skills that you need to advance in work and life: technology, work, core skills, reading and math, and more!

Google's Applied Digital Skills
Offers free, ready-to-use, project-based video lessons to teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life application. Flexible lessons and format allows you to learn on your own schedule, at your own pace.

The Learn to Earn toolkit
Is a free online resource for intermediate and advanced adult learners of English and basic skills. View different topic areas to chose what skills you want to learn more about.

Learn, Practice, Certify 
The Washington State Library helps bridge the digital and IT skills gap by providing access to high quality online courses and self-directed learning, through public libraries. 

LinkedIn Learning (previously Lynda.com, use your same login and pin!)
Learn a new skill with more than 4,000 video courses covering web design, software packages, business/management skills, graphic design, job/career skills, and more.
This database is provided courtesy of Washington State Library.

Mango Languages
Learn a new language using interactive activities with courses in over 70 languages.

Mobile App:  iPhone/iPad Android

Microsoft Imagine Academy
Online learning covering 4 content areas: Microsoft Office applications, computer science, data science, and IT infrastructure.
This resource is provided courtesy of Washington State Library. 

Northstar
Tests your computer skills. You can build skills in key areas, and demonstrate you knowledge by earning certificates and badges. Prepare for your future future now! This resource is provided by Washington State Library. Coming Soon!

TabletWise
Has put together a collection of over 250 free eLearning courses that library patrons can learn from at no cost. Free courses cover a wide range of subject areas including Personal Development, Creative, Business, Health, etc. Users can register for a personal account to utilize the resource.

Related Resources

Codecademy 

Coursera.org 

DigitalLearn.org

Driving Test

ePermitTest.com

GCFLearnFree.org

USA Learns - free ESL and citizenship test preparation