Prepare for the HSE/TASC™ by learning on your own with KET's Literacy Link, your resource for online lessons, video clips, and practice tests. This website also offers online resources such as dictionaries, calculators, writing guides, and math formulas with additional links to current websites and real-life examples and applications. As a learner, you can create a password-protected portfolio of your work, and practice your writing skills in a journal that you keep online. There is no cost to using any of Literacy Link's resources. You can find Literacy Link at: http://litlink.ket.org.
Visit PBS Learning Media website at http://www.pbslearningmedia.org. PBS Learning Media is a free digital media service for educational use, brought to you by the New York State public broadcasting stations and their partners. This site provides access to thousands of media resources, support materials, tools for classroom lessons, and individualized learning programs. These videos provide instruction and include all of the five subject areas on the HSE/TASC™ test.
Visit the Khan Academy website at www.khanacademy.org. Learn at your own pace with this free resource that offers 3,100 videos and hundreds of skills to practice.
Visit the New York Online Virtual Electronic Library at http://novelnewyork.org to access a wide variety of resources including the Adult Learning Center and JobNow, a unique service that features expert resume assistance, live interview preparation and career coaching. On the toolbar, click 'What's Included', then click 'JobNow/AdultLearning Center'.
Visit the WE ARE NEW YORK website created by the NYC Office of Human Capital Development and the City University of New York's Office of Academic Affairs to access a series of half-hour TV episodes to assist ESL students in practicing English.
Visit the Media Library of Teaching Skills (MLOTS) for Adult Learning and Literacy, which is a free, online digital library of short videos for use in adult education professional development. The videos represent state approved standards, are research based best practices, or a specific teaching method or skill.