All libraries will close at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, November 26
and be closed Thursday, November 27 for Thanksgiving.

Online Homework Help

Online Homework Help

Get help from some of the nation's finest tutors!

With school back in session, students (grades 3-12) can get free and immediate online homework help from the professional tutors at Brainfuse.

What subjects are offered?

Brainfuse offers live tutoring (aligned to state standards) from skilled instructors in math, writing, reading, and ESL (grades 3-12) – all from your home or school computer. Students and tutors communicate in real-time through an easy-to-use online classroom. Spanish-speaking tutors and customer service representatives are also available.

Who are the tutors?

Tutors are certified teachers and other experienced educators, with 4-year college degrees and who undergo a rigorous certification process. This includes background and reference checks, multiple interviews, skills testing, and extensive training.

What do I need to connect?

To connect, you'll need:

  • Internet access
  • Douglas County Libraries card
  • One-time software download

Not in grade school?

Adult Learning Center

Brainfuse offers help beyond school, too. Get one-on-one help with the skills you need, whether you're going back to school, switching jobs or just want to brush up on an academic skill. Their Adult Learning Center offers assistance passing the GED, writing a resume, or using Microsoft Office to help you achieve your learning and career goals.


Public Internet terminals are available at every Douglas County Library. Library cards and the library Internet access are always free.

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