The following resources are available from GHPLD remotely or within the Library. A Library card is required.
Access life-enhancing brain fitness exercises with hundreds of levels of training organized around the six core cognitive areas: attention, brain speed, memory, people skills, intelligence, and navigation.
Looking to advance your career, prepare for workforce entry, and/or continue your education? Find out more about Career Online High School, a new program from GHPLD that offers adults the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificate.
Free DMV practice tests for drivers of all ages, written specifically based on the state DMV materials. Includes accessibility tools that allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility on driving practice tests.
Learn software, creative, and business skills to achieve your personal and professional goals.
Find GED and citizenship preparation tools. Going back to school after a long (or short) break? Brush up on basic education skills. Tutors are available everyday from 2:00pm – 10:00pm.
Get help with college assignments, papers, and exams on a number of subjects including Math, English, Science, and Social Studies. Tutors are available everyday from 2:00pm – 10:00pm.
Real-time help on reports, essays, and papers. Tutors explain the writing and proofreading process. Get your document reviewed by a live English tutor. Tutors are available everyday from 2:00pm – 10:00pm.
Prepare for the SAT, ACT, standardized tests in all 50 states, graduate school entrance tests, civil service, GED, and much more.
The following resources are recommendations that may be helpful to you. These resources are not created or controlled by GHPLD.
Find the college that’s right for you! College Navigator consists primarily of the latest data from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), the core postsecondary education data collection program for NCES – the National Center for Education Statistics.
Take college courses entirely online! Classes can be accessed 24/7 from home. Anyone can take them, you can learn on your own time, and most classes provide you with a certificate of completion.
Parents and guardians can access tons of free interactive content to help their children learn and develop. includes videos, mobile apps, music, eBooks, and more.
Provides straightforward and easy to understand information about planning and paying for college. The site combines content and interactive tools from several websites.
Compare colleges, find scholarships, and learn about personal finance and student loans.
This guidebook was created to help prospective online students better understand the educational challenges they may face and how to overcome them. Key features include an inspection of the different types of online learning, tips for choosing an online program, how to get the most out of an online education, and financial aid options.