EBSCO LearningExpress

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The LearningExpress suite of highly-acclaimed eLearning solutions is designed to help students and professionals achieve their educational goals. It provides interactive tutorials, practice tests, eBooks, flashcards and articles for academic skill-building, standardized test preparation, prepare for graduate school admission exams, career development and more. These award-winning learning tools are available through multiple online platforms.


You may browse content on the EBSCO LearningExpress site before registering.  Once you locate an individual learning resource (tutorial, practice test, article, flashcards, or eBook), that you would like to use, you will be prompted to register before you can access it. Registration also gives you access to My Center, where you can save any learning resource in progress for future completion, or to reuse an item.


In order to view and take the practice tests, you will need to sign up for a free account. It’s easy! 

  • At the top of the screen, click on Sign In/ Register
  • Look for New User? and click on Register
  • Create your own username and password.

AT A LIBRARY COMPUTER: To register from a Library computer, click on Access Now and find “Sign In/Register” in the upper right side of the blue horizontal navigation bar at the top of any page of the site. Click the “Register” button to register as a new user, verify your Library and enter your information in the required fields, and then click “Register.”

FROM YOUR OWN DEVICE: To register from a computer outside of the Library, you must first register as a New User from the custom, authenticated EBSCO LearningExpress link on your library’s website. Missing this New User step may result in a registration error message.

For future visits, simply sign in as a Returning User with your email address as your username and the password you created at registration.


On the site’s home landing page, you’ll find prominent icons for our core content areas—we call them centers. Our centers hold all of the individual learning resources (tutorial, practice test, article, flash cards, or e-book), available within that center. These are organized by areas of interest. Simply click the image or name of a center that interests you.

When you select a center of interest, you will see a list of all categories within the center; select the category that best meets your needs to quickly get to the relevant products and resources.


“Help,” located in the blue horizontal navigation bar at the top of any page of the site, connects you to useful information including Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Registration, System Requirements and Video Guides. The Video Guides feature helpful topics covering registration, navigating the homepage, signing in and out, about centers, searching for resources, how to take a tutorial or a test, download an e-book or article, and more.

This resource is supported in whole or in part by funding provided by the State of California, administered by the California State Library.