eResource Spotlight: LearningExpress Library

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Ebsco’s LearningExpress Library offers a comprehensive set of learning tools that can help you meet your educational and career goals. Find interactive academic practice exams such as GED, SAT, ACT, GRE, and LSAT, as well as professional licensing and certification exams and so much more! The Job and Career Accelerator center also includes a resume builder, aptitude tests, and the ability to search jobs via Monster and USAJOBS.

  • 11 Learning Centers:
    • Career Preparation – job search and interview skills, career-specific prep and exams such as military, real estate, culinary, nursing and more.
    • Job and Career Accelerator – search for and apply for jobs and scholarships, create cover letters and resumes, take career aptitude tests.
    • High School Equivalency Center – prepare for the GED or HiSET exam, skill building and practice exams for all categories, GED prep also in Spanish.
    • College Admissions Test Prep – prepare for important exams like the ACT®, SAT®, AP® Tests, and more.
    • Grades 4 – 8 Educator Resources – skill-building lessons and practice for guiding young learners.
    • High School Students – skill-building resources for classroom and homework success.
    • College Students – skills review, prepare for college placement exams, graduate school admissions exams, CLEP exam prep.
    • Student Success Skills – topics for high school and college students such as study skills, information literacy skills and life skills like managing finances.
    • Adult Core Skills – math, reading/writing/speaking, U.S. Citizenship exam prep.
    • Computer Skills Center – learn basic computer/internet/typing skills, Microsoft software tutorials.
    • Recursos Para Hispanohablantes – resources for Spanish speakers – reading/writing/speaking/math skills, GED prep, U.S. Citizenship and Greencard resources.

To access LearningExpress Library from home, you will need your library card number and account password, and you will also need to create a LearningExpress account.

To get help with LearningExpress or any other library resource, please give us a call at 970-243-4442, email us at, or visit any of our 8 library locations in Mesa County.

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