Parents and children will have a chance to spend time together filled with crafts, toys, songs, and games. This weekly program also includes a resource person who will discuss issues such as toilet learning, nutrition, child safety, and other parenting questions you may have.
Students of All Ages
If you're writing a paper or doing a report, chances are you need something more substantial than a Wikipedia article. LPL has online databases you can use for research and homework help without having to leave home. You just need your library card and password to get started.
Online Homework Help
Your library card offers you the chance to get homework assistance from a live tutor. Brainfuse HelpNow is a free resource that allows you to work one-on-one with online tutors. You can draw or type your question in their online classroom and receive live homework assistance from a Brainfuse-certified tutor. Tutors are trained to not only provide answers but to help you master the homework assignment's underlying academic concepts. Live tutors are available seven days a week from 2:00 pm to 11:00 pm, EST.
Whether you are going back to school, switching jobs, or just want to brush up on an academic skill, the Adult Learning Center is here to help.
The library proctors written or e-mailed exams for adult Longwood Public Library cardholders at no charge. A minimum of one week’s notice is required before any test will be proctored. Appointments can be made by telephone (631) 924-6400, x243 or by email.
Test proctoring is not available on Saturdays or Sundays.
The student is responsible for ensuring that the exam and other required materials are sent to the proctor from the learning institution before arriving to take the test. The proctor is not responsible for contacting the learning institution to get exam materials or proctor forms but will return proctor forms directly to the school when asked to do so. At the time of testing, the student must provide current photo identification that matches the name on the testing materials. Proctors will enforce any time limits or other rules set forth in exam materials but will not sit with the student for the length of the exam.