Many adults enjoy learning on the computer at home or at the library, at times that are convenient for them. There are high quality distance/online learning options for learning English, getting ready for work, studying for the GED, and more. The products listed here are free of charge.
Brush up and GED preparation
Log in to Skills Tutor. If you don't have log in information, ask your teacher about Skills Tutor or GED-i/i-Pathways if you would like to study other basic academic skills like math and language arts or if you want to get ready to take the GED test.
This online citizenship preparation course was written and is taught by Minnesota Literacy Council staff.
Accuplacer test practice
The Accuplacer is the test you need to take for admission to Minnesota community and technical colleges. You can study and practice using our online accuplacer class.
Practice your English
English for All and USA Learns are great tools for learning English. You can use these independently or with the help of your ESL teacher. USA Learns includes beginning level through advanced English instruction; English for All is for intermediate level learners.
Computer skills and career planning
Ask your teacher or job counselor to help you find a center offering Learner Web. You can use this online program in Workforce Centers and Adult Basic Education centers in St. Paul, Minneapolis, Greater Mankato and Southwest Minnesota. Online classes are available for computer skills, getting connected to the Internet and planning your career.