To use databases, go to this website and click on "Online Resources" in the "Digital Library" drop-down menu. Next you will be able to browse the databases on this page. They have many databases that can be helpful in research on any subject. In particular, the "College and Career" and "Practice Tests" sections could be helpful for students preparing to take a standardized test or searching for college options. Before viewing a database, you will be asked to enter your library card number. Bot sections include the "Testing and Education Reference Center" and "Learning Express Library Test Preparation" databases. The "Practice Tests" section also includes the "Maryland MVA Online Driver Tutorial" to assist students in preparing for the Driver's Ed exam.
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