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Free Library Services Help to Relieve HSC Stress

By Central Coast Council
Posted: 24 Sep 2020
With the HSC just around the corner, Council is reminding local students and their families to take advantage of the many free online study resources available via its Library Service, including the online homework tool Studiosity.

Available to students in Years 3-12 through to tertiary level, Studiosity connects students to vetted subject specialists, who can provide real-time feedback and support via a live chat function at any hour of the day.

Council Section Manager Library Strategy and Connection, Benjamin Hartley said that the platform is an excellent resource for students looking for additional help and guidance as they prep for exams and complete assignments or homework.

"With thousands of students across the Coast preparing for the HSC right now, it's the perfect time for us to remind our local students of the free online support available to them through our Library Service," said Mr Hartley.

"Platforms like Studiosity can give students a much-needed leg up when preparing for exam season, particularly when looking for additional support and advice outside of the classroom.

"Knowing that there is a subject expert available to review draft essays, provide guidance and share feedback 24/7 will help to reduce the stress and worry that students often feel when studying alone.

"As added support, students can also access a range of reliable sites on topics including Modern History, Ancient History, Literature, Science, Geography and Culture and Religion via Council's free eResources section."

Mayor Lisa Matthews said that providing the community with free access to these online resources helps to level the playing field for all students.

"The way students access information and support is constantly evolving and we are thrilled to offer a range of resources and platforms to benefit students of all ages and their families," said Mayor Matthews.

"One of Council's key priorities is to cultivate a love of learning and knowledge in our community and we are proud to be contributing to this with these important initiatives."

Community members can access Studiosity using their library membership number at and check out a range of free study eResources.

 

 
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