You’re never too old to expand your knowledge base and learn a new skill!
Take a language course. Test your driving knowledge. Become tech savvy. Improve your job prospects. Develop life skills. Study to become a Canadian citizen. It’s all free and available online.
Use your library card number to create an account and begin your language learning journey. The fun and practical lessons cover over 70 languages, (including Pirate) and will help you develop your vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and cultural awareness.
Mauril Language Learning
Ready to take your French or English language skills to the next level? Test your listening comprehension skills with audio and video content from CBC and Radio-Canada. Progress at your own pace and step out of your comfort zone with language challenges. Mauril will help you feel more confident using French or English in any context.
Auto Repair Source
Requires EBSCO login
Contains step-by-step repair information, diagrams, maintenance schedules, parts and labor estimates, service bulletins and recall notices for all makes and models, with some model years going back to the 1970s.
Free G1 Practice Tests
Test your driving knowledge with G1.ca. The tests are based on the official ON Ministry of Transportation driver’s handbooks for cars and motorcycles.
Whether you’re a teen just starting out, or a senior preparing for a renewal exam, G1.ca is worth checking out!
Techboomers.com is a free educational website that teaches older adults and other inexperienced Internet users about websites that can help improve their quality of life.
The Learning Hub
The Learning HUB is a Literacy and Basic Skills upgrading program for adults funded through Employment Ontario. Popular courses include:
- Healthy Eating
- Microsoft Word and Excel
- Becoming a Better Speller
- Customer Service Essentials
- Conflict Resolution
- Understanding and Using Math
- Writing an Essay
- Managing your Money.
Discover Canada Study Guide
The official guide for the Canadian citizen test covering the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.
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