Thanks to the Alaska State Library, all Alaskans have access to Live Homework Help, 7 days a week from 12:00 noon until 2:00 AM. This online tutoring service is offered as one of the Alaska State Library’s SLED (Statewide Library Electronic Doorway) databases. The website for SLED is http://lam.alaska.gov/sled/
Tutors knowledgeable in curricular content from kindergarten through entry-level college courses are available through SLED. If you have questions about this or other resources, Ask A Librarian! Email a librarian, stop by the Consortium Library, or call the Consortium Library to ask a question at 907-786-1848. Consortium Library faculty are here to help!
Check out the Testing and Education Reference Center for CLEP, SAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, high school AP, and many career exam study materials. There is even a module on building a resume! This database is available to all Alaskans!
natural gas pipeline policy to Alaska’s teacher turnover, supply and demand. The Institute for Social and Economic Research (ISER) offers free access to Alaskan social and economic research online for students and community to explore. Search ISER Publications, or check out the Center for Alaska Education Policy Research (CAEPR). At CAEPR’s page, you can find a link to the publication, “Alaska Teacher Turnover, Supply and Demand: 2013 Highlights.” If your area of interest is in the area of crime statistics, policing or victimization, check out UAA’s Justice Center’s Research. For information about other Alaskan topics, please ask a librarian (786-1848)! We are here to help!
Graduate student theses (Master’s level) and dissertations (PhD – Doctoral level) are searchable through QuickSearch on the Consortium Library’s home page, or you can go to the Dissertations/Theses Full Text database directly. Questions? Ask a librarian!