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You can learn just about anything on the Internet, if you know where to look. We can help!

The library provides access to several databases which can help you discover your family's history, learn a new language or skill, or read the latest product reviews before making that next big purchase.

Ancestry

Contains census, birth, marriage & death records, directories, passenger lists, immigration records, maps and more.

Consumer Reports

A fully-searchable version of the popular Consumer Reports magazine, with expert ratings and recommendations on products and services.

Find My Past

Over 4 billion British, American, Australian, New Zealand, Irish and Canadian historical records, including birth, marriage and death indexes; census, land and survey records; education, work and military records; immigration, travel, and passenger lists, and more.

G1.ca

Practice for the Ontario G1 driving test with free practice tests and a G1 test simulator! Each test is based on the MTO Driver's Handbook, and uses the same method of grading and same types of questions you'll find on the real test.

Lynda.com

Learn technology, creative and business skills you can use today. You must create a profile to use Lynda.com. You will need your library card to create a profile.

Road to IELTS

Designed to help people learning English with Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening, Road to IELTS helps exam candidates with every aspect of test preparation.

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Transparent Language Online

Grammar and speaking lessons for over 90 languages. You must create a profile to use Transparent Language. You will need your library card to create a profile.

TumbleMath

A comprehensive collection of math stories combining animation, narration, and sound to create a compelling and enticing story book for students of all ages.

The following websites offer trustworthy and reliable instruction on just about any topic, from university courses to job skills, to everyday technology.

Coursera

Coursera provides universal access to the world’s best education, partnering with top universities and organizations to offer online courses at affordable rates.

edX

An online learning portal providing access to courses from leading universities, nonprofits and institutions. You can audit courses for free, or obtain course certifications for a fee.

GCF Learnfree

Learn what you want, when you want, free of charge. GCFLearnFree can help you attain the essential skills needed to live and work in the 21st century.

Tech Boomers

Free tutorials for older adults and inexperienced Internet users, on popular and trusted websites and Internet applications.

W3Schools

Free web technology tutorials and code samples, including HTML, CSS, JQuery, Bootstrap, SQL and more.