Additional Learning Resources
The LearningHUB has created a list of helpful websites you can use for extra help. To use these links all you need is access to the Internet (no passwords required).
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Learning Resources - Links
The following websites have been provided for extra help.
This site includes practice tests, GED exam study guides with self assessment modules included for all subjects. If you have a stronger security feature on your computer, you will have to temporarily disable it in order to receive your evaluations.
On this website click on GED. You can choose each subject you want to be tested in.
On this website click on the General Education Development link. There are sample questions on each subject with an answers page.
You will need to register yourself on this website however the course is free.
The ILC is the exclusive provider of General Educational Development (GED) Testing in Ontario and is Ontario's designated provider of Distance Education - includes online tutoring.
English & Writing
Use this site for printable handouts and definitions of common grammar terms and interactive grammar knowledge tests. This is a very interactive website with great feedback.
This site has an online guide to grammar, style and punctuation. Work through practice exercises and online lessons at your own pace. Good explanations for grammar terms are provided.
This site has printable grammar worksheets including verbs, analogies, nouns, adverbs, adjectives and sentences. See the "answer key" at bottom of home page for solutions.
This online grammar site has lots of examples and quizzes. It includes words, sentences, paragraphs and essay writing. There are different levels you can navigate through.
This site has grammar, vocabulary and reading, with tests from beginner to advanced levels. Click on Learn English grammar and vocabulary on left tool bar to enter.
This site has grammar, reading, vocabulary, and puzzles for all different levels. Tip: Start with level 200 and work your way up.
This site has over 1000 interactive activities for different levels including grammar, crosswords, vocabulary, cloze exercises. This is a very good site!
This website has Reading, Spelling and Math games that you can use for practice.
This site allows you to make customized spelling lists and learning activities using those lists. Some activities on this site include definition matches, spelling tests, sentence unscrambles, word list unscrambles, etc ...
On this site, enter your own spelling lists, access pronunciation sound files, vocabulary lists, definition activities ...
This site provides basic math and money skills. Registration is free.
This is a great website that provides step-by-step explanations and interactive quizzes from basic math to algebra, geometry and calculus.
This site has puzzles and games to test your math knowledge and provides links to other math websites.
This is a good web site for brushing up on basic math skills. The content is sorted by subject and by grade levels (1-8). Explanations are provided along with interactive questions.
This site has math lessons, problems, games and a dictionary. It includes basic math, algebra and geometry.
This site uses math problem challenges including algebra, geometry, measurement, numbers, statistics and probability. To see a list of challenges click on "Math Index" on the top toolbar.
This site features video lessons on basic math concepts.
This site allows for interactive math practice.
This site contains timed math quizzes.
Think like a computer. Number Sequence Puzzles
Basic and advanced math tutorials and online tutoring.
Links to resources for Math and Science.
More links to resources for Math and Science.
More resources for Algebra.
More links to Math websites.
This website has four interactive tutorials on how to search the web using Yahoo! and Google. Follow along with these lessons to master your Internet searching skills!
The guide is broken into a series of six different guides that will introduce you to different aspects of using a computer.
This tutorial takes about 2-3 hours to complete and will cover how to use the mouse, keyboard, and computer screen. Flash Player 6 or above is required.
This site offers a set of free online typing lessons and typing exercises for beginning typists. Learn how to move your skills from slow four-finger typing to faster full touch typing.
This site provides basic computer skills. Registration is free.
This free online tutorial has been created by the Baycon Group for MS Office Word 2007. There are 5 lessons available that you can work through at your own pace.
Progressive lessons to improve typing accuracy and speed.
The free online user-friendly way to learn, practice and improve typing speed and accuracy.
Provides exercises to perform various tasks using the mouse.
Lots of practice for the beginner!
Simple exercises to help get acquainted with the mouse.
Builds mouse skills by moving puzzle pieces.
Interactive site that provides information on setting up and using email.
Microsoft Office On-line has free training for various MS Office programs and versions. Including Office 2003, 2007, 2010.
Includes tutorials for Office and applications such as Dreamweaver. Good for more experienced learners.
PowerPoint in the Classroom. Free tutorial.
University of Indiana - PowerPoint 2007 basic tutorials.
Essential Skills for Word Processing: MS Word 2007
Essential Skills for Spreadsheets: MS Excel 2007
Essential Skills for Slide Show Presentations: PowerPoint 2007
Essential Skills for Internet Use
The Learning Edge is an interactive online newsletter. Click on the issues below to check them out!
This site is useful for creating resumes and cover letters.
Includes information about assessing and building essential skills and researching occupations.
This site includes various continuing education courses taught by professors of respected schools.
This site allows learners to upgrade in a variety of areas, but also to feed the hungry while they do it.