Try Brainfuse for Homework Help

Work with live tutors using an interactive whiteboard to chat, write, draw, copy & paste text or images and graph homework problems. Use HelpNow for homework help, skills building and test prep.

The Writing Lab and the 24/7 Center

Get help any time of the day without connecting with a live tutor. You can submit papers through the Writing Lab for feedback. The 24/7 Center is for math or science work.

Brainfuse is Here for Students of All Ages

The library now has Brainfuse – on demand, anytime, anywhere eLearning for all ages and levels. Brainfuse is one of the nation’s leading online tutoring providers for libraries and schools. Users get real-time tutoring from instructors through the Brainfuse online classroom.

Brainfuse HelpNow

Students work with live tutors using an interactive whiteboard to chat, write, draw, copy & paste text or images and graph homework problems. Use HelpNow for homework help, skills building and test prep.

The Writing Lab and the 24/7 Center

Users get the freedom to get help any time of the day without connecting with a live tutor. Users can submit papers through the Writing Lab for feedback. The 24/7 Center is for non-writing assignments like math or science.

JobNow

Job-seekers can get live online help, powerful tools, and other resources.

Live Interview Coaching

Brush up on interview techniques or get live online interview practice from trained job coaches. Job coaches and users chat live chat through the online classroom. Also get 24/7 access to interview tips and career resources.

Resume Lab

Submit your resume and a job coach will send it back within 24 hours with detailed feedback and suggestions for improvement. You can also download resume templates or browse resources for making better resumes.

Career Resources

24/7 access to carefully chosen job resources. Brainfuse job coaches help users strategically target jobs best suited to their interests and qualifications.

Adult Learning Center

Get basic career-enhancing skills. ALC offers test preparation (including the GED and the USCIS citizenship test) and an academic skills center featuring live, online tutors.

VetNow

Support for your community’s veterans and their families. VetNow offers help navigating the VA, academic tutoring, and help with employment transition.

Live Online Navigators

VetNow Navigators are trained to help veterans and families connect with valuable benefits and resources.

  • Answer questions related to benefits eligibility
  • Show community resources for housing, healthcare, and education benefits
  • Help you find accredited claims agents

VetNow Job Tools

Designed to help with all stages of the job hunting, the VetNow Job Tools feature career coaching, expert resume assistance, live interview preparation, and more. With the Job Tools you can:

  • Discover your best career fit based on education, experience, and personality
  • Search for a job with nationwide and local resources
  • Get templates for the most common resume types
  • Get resume and cover letter help from trained experts
  • Brush up on interview techniques or get live online interview practice from trained job coaches

College Skills

Users build academic skills and prepare for college with VetNow’s array of tools:

  • Talk with live tutors in a wide range of college level subjects
  • Live skills tutoring and a large library of lessons, video tutorials, and practice tests including SAT, ACT, TEAS, HESI, GRE, GMAT and more
  • Expert analysis of writing, with constructive comments
  • 24/7 help with academic questions
  • Live help for language learners
  • Make and share flashcards, tests, and educational games

Get Started with Brainfuse

Thank you, Oklahoma Department of Libraries, and the Institute of Museums and Library Services for offering this to Oklahoma libraries.

Find out more about Brainfuse and get help using it: go to the Niche Academy Brainfuse tutorials and see ODL’s Brainfuse page for user guides and more.

Join us in the Afterlife

This month’s book club pick is The Afterlife by Gary Soto. Chat about a senior at East Fresno High School lives on as a ghost after his brutal murder and create decoupage boxes with Miss Lyndsey. Teen Funtivities Club meets every Tuesday at 4 pm.

Summer Reading: A Hero’s Quest

Mark your calendars for the 2020 summer reading program! Join us in May, June, and July on A Hero’s Quest.

Kids ages 7 and up are invited get pumped up and prepared for their journey with Finer Physiques trainers on Monday, May 18 at 10 am. Each kid also will receive a map to guide them on their quest.

For 10 weeks, kids will be assigned a task to complete and there will be rewards along the way.

On Thursday, July 23 at 10 am, everyone will participate in a Hero’s Tournament to show off the skills they learned all summer during their quest.

Sponsored in part by a grant from Oklahoma Department of Libraries and Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Will you make a Sacrifice?

Find out what happens when five friends discover an ancient stone box hidden in the forest … Join Miss Lyndsey in the Teen Funtivities Club this month as they explore The Sacrifice Box by Martin Stewart. Teens attending also will get to do craft projects like paint pumpkins and decoupage boxes.

Teen Funtivities Club begins

The first Tuesday in October will kick off our Teen Funtivities Club! Teens ages 13-17 are invited to join Miss Lyndsey every Tuesday at 4 pm for book club discussion, creating and crafting, and just fun chatting about whatever. No pre-registration is necessary.

Youth Game Night

The second and fourth Fridays at 4 pm are game nights! Youth of all ages are welcome–bring your friends and your siblings! We have classic board games, multi-person card games, interactive games like Twister, and Nintendo Switch games.

Laptop and Tablet Gaming

Youth ages 9 and older who wish to play games on the public computers are required to use Chromebooks issued by the Children’s Librarian. They must present their Library card to access a laptop–no exceptions.

Public computer use specifically for gaming by minors is limited to a maximum of one and a half hours (90 minutes). However, there is a limit of 30 minutes per session when other minors are waiting to use the laptops.

Youth needing a computer to do homework may use a desktop computer. However, they must get approval and sign in with the Circulation Librarian before accessing a desktop computer.

Parents with kids under the age of 7 may request to checkout one of the educational and entertaining Playaway tablets from the Children’s Librarian.

Public Computers

We now have three desktop computers for public use as well as five laptops plus a visually impaired/handicap workstation.

WiFi access is being updated, and come summer we will have faster speed internet! This is your taxpayer dollars hard at work.