LBPL Family Learning Centers
A Family Learning Center can be found in many of the LBPL libraries. Supported by the efforts of the Long Beach Public Library Foundation and its generous donors, these Centers offer a collection of homework support materials and computer-based learning opportunities to enrich student study skills and develop parent participation and support.
Family Learning Centers aren't just for kids!
They're a great place to develop resumes and apply for jobs, access our Digital Library to take a course, conduct research, or work on a marketing plan. Need computer access or help with a new technology? The Family Learning Centers at the Main Library, Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library, and Mark Twain Neighborhood Library also welcome adult learners!
Family Learning Centers provide:
- Supervised homework assistance for students on a drop-in basis.
- Computers with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to help students complete their homework assignments.
- Books, reference materials, databases, and other online resources to support student information needs.
- Opportunity for parents to interact with library staff, get assistance using library materials, and learn how the Library can help your children and family.
- The Centers at Main, Mark Twain, and Michelle Obama Libraries provide space, support, and technologies for adult learners and job seekers
Visit or call your Neighborhood Library for Family Learning Center hours.