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An introduction to Udemy
Follow along during this quick two-minute video for a tour of Udemy. Access thousands of tutorials normally valued at $240 a year, free with your library card. Scroll down to the “Library resources” section of this page to start exploring Udemy.
Rogue Community College
Rogue Community College, located in both Josephine and Jackson counties, offers a variety of basic skills classes, as well as vocational training, and classes towards numerous associate degrees or certifications. Explore the academic, vocational and recreational offerings, including distance learning and continuing education opportunities.Visit Rogue Community College
The Literacy Council for Josephine County is an all-volunteer, community organization dedicated to fostering adult literacy through tutoring in basic reading, writing, math, and English language skills. They offer one-on-one tutoring for adults (18 years of age or over) at no charge. Each learning program is tailored to the goals and needs of the student.VISIT LITERACY COUNCIL FOR JOSEPHINE COUNTY
- LearningExpress Library Adult Core Skills
- Build your math skills, become a better reader, study for the GED test, take practice tests to become a U.S. citizen, and more using LearningExpress Library. VISIT LEARNINGEXPRESS HUB
- GCF Learn Free
- GCF Learn Free has hundreds of tutorials focusing on technology, job training, reading, and math skills. VISIT GCF LEARN FREE
- Beating Dyslexia
- Beating Dyslexia is a website developed by dyslexics to provide free resources and support to those experiencing dyslexia. Visit Beating Dyslexia
- Learning Disabilities of America
- If you are a parent or teacher of a child with a learning disability or have learning disabilities yourself, you are not alone. Use this website for parent support, referrals, school program development, adult issues, and more. Visit Learning Disabilities of America