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Provides recent statistics on fires and casualties that can be sorted by type or source of fire including those related to alcohol, cooking, electrical errors, holiday & seasonal, intentionally set, lighters & candles, and vehicles
Offers a variety of practice tests for college admission, GED, U. S. Citizenship, civil service positions, and many others. You may create an account at Ohio Means Jobs to track your progress, or you can choose to access the tests anonymously.
LearningExpress Library offers students and adults unlimited, 24/7 access to targeted skill-building interactive courses in math, reading, and writing, as well as hundreds of online interactive practice tests that prepare them for several types of exams including grade school achievement tests, the SAT, GED, U.S. Citizenship, and civil service positions. Complete answer explanations accompany each response so that patrons understand why a particular answer is correct or incorrect.
All practice tests include instant diagnostic score reports that help patrons to target those skill areas that need the most attention. To help students master the SAT and recently added essay, instant score reports provide immediate feedback on how well they performed in each of five writing skill areas.
LearningExpress Library can be accessed from any web-enabled computer in the library, computer lab, office, or home.
To take a test at LearningExpress Library, you first set up your own individual account. If you are off-campus, authenticate using your name & 7-digit College ID first to connect to LearningExpress, and then log into LearningExpress with your individual account.
Before you Google...
While the library's databases are the best source for full-text academic & news articles, the Internet is a great starting point for finding statistics, viewpoints, and the most current news stories. But, you need to make sure the information is reliable! Watch the video at the right & read the guidelines below for help figuring out if you should use it, or lose it.
Finding Credible Websites
Let's face it--there is a lot of information available on the Internet! How do you determine if it's GOOD information, especially if you want to use it for research? Infographic is courtesy of the IFLA.