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BCPL offers LearningExpress Library to help students succeed

ASHLAND, Ky. — Whatever the objective, LearningExpress Library, offered free to Boyd County Public Library cardholders, helps students and professionals accomplish their goals without stepping into a classroom.

LearningExpress Library is found in more than 50 percent of public libraries, including BCPL. A highly-acclaimed eLearning solution, the platform provides support to students and professionals for academic skill-building, standardized test prep, career certification test prep and more.

“LearningExpress Library is a phenomenal tool to help students prepare for the ACT and SAT, as well as help them build academic skills for their classes,” said library director Debbie Cosper. “It’s very easy to use and accessible for people with disabilities as well.”

LearningExpress Library offers practice tests that are true previews of the official exams, instant scoring, study plans, downloadable books for skill building, and mobile access. Test takers can repeat exams as many times as needed and receive explanations of the right and wrong answers to promote understanding and retention.

Searchable eBooks cover academic test preparation, reading skills, civil service exams, real estate, parent guides, math skills, health occupations, military tests, workplace skills, writing skills, career tools, science and U.S. citizenship. Find out more at http://thebookplace.org/learning-express-library/.

Boyd County Public Library is the largest public library in Eastern Kentucky with more than 40,000 patrons and locations in Ashland (1740 Central Ave.), Catlettsburg (2704 Louisa Street) and at the Kyova Mall as well as an online branch at  www.thebookplace.org. The library is open seven days a week and offers free resources, programs and events enabling people of any income level to participate and attend. For more information, contact the Boyd County Public Library at 606-329-0090 or visit one of the branches.