Saint Paul Public Library Help
Besides having fourteen library agencies around the City of Saint Paul (one of which is on wheels!) Saint Paul Public Library offers many services to support the work of students. There are Homework Centers in five libraries: Dayton’s Bluff, Rice Street, Riverview, Rondo, and Sun Ray Branch Libraries each have designated spaces for the provision of homework assistance. Homework Centers are welcoming places where students of all ages can come for help. Comfortable furniture, computers, printers, and school supplies are available for students to use. Need more help? Visit the Reference Desk at the library. Staff at all libraries are happy to help students. For library locations and hours, visit http://www.sppl.org/locations.
Live Homework Help is available through Tutor.com at the library and from your home computer. Live Homework Help (LHH) operates in English seven days a week from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. and in Spanish Sunday through Thursday from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. All you need is a library card and access to a computer. Tutors are available to work one-on-one with students from fourth grade through college introductory level on questions relating to mathematics, science, social studies, or English.
For more information about these free services, check out http://www.sppl.org/homework