Piscataway, New Jersey, Nov 10, 2015
Summit Free Public Library subscribed to Lumos Learning StepUp Database Program to support student learning. The Lumos StepUp Online program for Libraries is designed to help students in Elementary and Middle Schools master skills in Mathematics and English Language Arts Literacy. The program includes full-length summative assessments to help students prepare for the PARCC assessments. This learning program also creates opportunity for personalized learning and can be easily accessed by patrons from the library computers or from home using personal computers, smartphones and tablets.
Summit Library is a public library that is located in 75 maple street, Summit, NJ. Older structure built during the years of 1900 to 1917 and the new public library building was established in 1991. It is one among the 36 Carnegie libraries of New Jersey. Susan Permahos became the Director of the library in 2013. All adult residents with current proof of residence at Summit are provided full-service library cards that are valid for three years.
About Lumos Learning:
Lumos Learning Library Programs for New Jersey are common core aligned study resources that help students build necessary skills and also prepare for the new PARCC assessments. These programs are available in both online and printed forms and they are also supported with mobile apps.
Lumos StepUp Electronic Database program is being used in over 30+ libraries. It will include,
- TWO PARCC-type Summative Assessments
- Access to workbooks with hundreds of common core aligned questions
- Detailed Answer explanations for every question
- Student Portal: For self-paced practice and to keep track of performance improvements
- Access to additional learning resources like apps, books, videos, teacher created resource and much more
- Enrichment Programs such as Write Better, Master Study Skills etc