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Check out our Homework Help section to access online resources for research, test preparation, and more. Find what you need in Homework Help for Teens »

  • New! Brainfuse HelpNow is on demand, anytime, anywhere learning resources for all ages, including live online help from tutors (available daily from 2 to 11 pm), practice tests for college entrance exams, expert writing assistance, a test center with customized study plans, a flashcard creator, a private virtual study room to share, and more.
  • Illinois Drivers Education test preparation helps you prepare for the Illinois DMV permit test by offering a sample test online, and direct access to Illinois Driver’s Handbook.

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The library also has a social worker on staff who can help you figure out next steps for your situation. This is a free, confidential service. Ask at any library service desk to speak to Rob Simmons, Stephen Jackson, or call 708.697.6910.

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