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Live Homework Help | County of Los Angeles Public Library
You've come to the right place. Help is on the way through the new online service the Sachem Public Library is now providing to its patrons. Now you can have "Live Homework Help" from home through the Library. All you need is a valid Sachem Public Library card and you're ready to get started.
Live Homework Help - Delaware County Library System
Live Homework Help® tutoring is easy to use and is available every day from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm Pacific time. Students can also access the Student Center or the College Center to receive help in Math, Science, Social Studies, or English, along with ProofPoint Essay Review or the SkillsCenter Resource Library 24/7. In the Career Center adults are also able to receive assistance from Career Help, Citizenship, GED Prep, or Back-to-School.
This service is available to residents within the state of Alaska. Live Homework Help™ is closed on Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Independence Day.You can get free homework help from a live, online tutor. All you need is a County of Los Angeles and an Internet connection. You can use Live Homework Help from home, school and even the Library.If you need homework help during other hours, or if your computer does not work well with Live Homework Help™, here are some other sites that might be useful:
STUDENTS: Your personal PC must have Windows 2000 or higher, Flash 8 or higher and Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher to run this service. Mac users must use Safari or Firefox (2.0 or higher) browsers on Mac OS X. Public stations at the Library meet these requirements and are available for your use to access Live Homework Help®.Connecting to a tutor is easy! Students simply click on the Live Homework Help® icon above and then, if connecting directly from the Library, at the first screen that appears:If you need homework help during other hours, or if your computer does not work well with Live Homework Help™, here are some other sites that might be useful: