Kansas statewide database licensing faces major changes largely because of the loss of Kan-ed funding. The State Library of Kansas wants to  select databases for statewide licensing library community input. The State Library is conducting meetings across the state to get your input.  The meeting in CKLS will be:

9:30a.m. – 12:30p.m., Tuesday, August 17th

Russell Public Library

126 East 6th Street

Russell, KS

Please join us for and be part of this discussion.


Librarians have an exceptional partner in LearningExpress Library.  It’s a resource that can be utilized by nearly every student for help with classroom basics or advanced studies; studying for AP tests and sample tests; sample tests for GED; and U.S. Citizenship tests.

In addition, LearningExpress recently added 18, new, self-paced, easy-to-follow multimedia tutorials focused on Computer and Internet Basics.  These are engaging, on-line tutorials that teach PC essentials in a straightforward, non-technical manner.

The Job and Career Accelerator offers many resources for the student seeking a first job.

LearningExpress is a great resource! It’s as easy as establishing a username and password to get started. All work within the program such as practice tests, resumes, and job searches are saved in a way that the user can easily recapture.


Access LearningExpress through the State Library of Kansas website.  Click on Explore our Resources in the yellow box.

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