Adult E-Resources

Find the digital resources you need below!

Linkedin Learning

Expert-led course videos in business, technology, and creative topics.

Zoom

Learn how to use the video meeting software

Online News

Find links to local news and newspapers

 

 

NorthStar Digital Literacy 

Additional Resources

All Things Tech

Vet & Online Learning Resources

    • VetNow: Connect with an expert to learn more about eligible VA benefits and community resources.
    • Coursera: University and company courses, certificates, and degrees online.

      March 2024 Update: This program for California residents is for a limited time with a limited number of seats. The program is full and there is no waitlist. If you received a “Program Full” message, you can log into your Coursera account on Mondays at 12 noon to see if any seats have become available. Access is not guaranteed. 

    • SkillShare: Creative courses and classes taught by experts to help with business and technology skills.
      October 2023 Update: Sign-up period for this resource has ended. Patrons who have signed up for access before the end date can log in at Skillshare.org to view their courses. Patrons are able to sign up for a seven day free trial
    • LearningExpress Library 
    • Northstar

GED & High School Equivalency Resources

Refugee Resources & Language Support

Library Science Degree Information

The resource materials also provide the best online library science programs for 2023, potential career paths, concepts, admission requirements, and example courses taken in the curriculum. This will help students interested in working in libraries, museums, archives, and other cultural institutions in a professional setting.

Master’s Degree

Bachelor’s Degree

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