Answered By: Erin McDaniel Last Updated: May 13, 2015 Views: 62
The library does have some useful resources for GED students wanting to practice their math skills.
LearningExpress, one of our databases, has several options. I've linked to our GED libguide below. Select the LearningExpress tab to find a link to the High School Equivalency Learning Center.
Users do have to create a free account to use LearningExpress, because it keeps track of the practice tests and courses that you use. I also included a link to our How to Use LearningExpress libguide.
Films on Demand has some math videos that could help students. I've linked to their Math Collection. It looks like the most useful titles are in the Mathemedia Series.
Khan Academy has great tutorials, and is available to anyone. Their Arithmetic and Pre-Algebra series is good. That's linked below. Users dont' have to login to view the videos, but if they create a free account, Khan tracks their progress.
You'll also find books and eBooks for GED students in the libguide. Each resource has its own tab.
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