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Free homework help available at Broadview Library

The Seattle Public Library is providing free homework help in math, science, English and social studies at several branches, including Broadview, just north of Greenwood.
Tutors are available for one-on-one help from 6-7:45 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at the Broadview Library, 12755 Greenwood Ave. N., 206-684-7519.

Library-trained homework helpers can assist students struggling to understand a homework assignment or needing ideas to start a research paper. Homework helpers also are familiar with the range of Library’s other homework help resources and can devote one-on-one time with students that librarians sometimes cannot.
The Seattle Public Library also offers a variety of homework help resources from its website at www.spl.org, including an Online Homework Help tutoring service, an around-the-clock Ask a Librarian reference service, and access to more than 60 specialized databases and online tools.
Online Homework Help, powered by Brainfuse, is made possible through a generous grant provided by The Seattle Public Library Foundation.
Individuals interested in becoming a Homework Help volunteer should contact Anne Vedella, Library volunteer services coordinator, at 206-386-4614.