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Universal Class

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Universal Class

The Tazewell County Public Library has recently added a new, wonderful resource: Universal Class. With over 500 continuing education courses in a variety of fields, this free resource is the perfect resource for home school students, parents, job seekers, or anyone just looking to acquire a new skill or hobby.

Available 24 hours a day, you will be able to learn in multiple ways at your own pace. When completing courses, you will receive continuing education courses (CEUs) by finishing exams and assignments. CEUs are globally recognized. If you would simply like to take a class without assignments, you can video audit a class.

How to Sign Up

Enter your email, create a username and a password.

The Course Catalog

With over 500 courses in Universal Class, there are classes for everyone.

Learn a new hobby 
Cake Decorating, Bread Baking, Genealogy, Face Painting & More

Learn Job Skills
Marketing, Accounting, Interview Skills & More

Learn Computer Skills
Learn HTML, Introduction to SQL, Windows 10 & More

For Students & Parents
ABCs of Algebra, American Revolutionary War, and Essay Writing.

How to Register for a Class

Once you choose a class that interests you. There will be a course description, including the number of lessons, the number of exams and assignments, and how many CEUs a particular class is worth. If you decide this class is right for you, simply select “+Join this Class.”

Now, decide if you want to take the class in Video Only Mode or Normal Mode. If you only take a class in Video Only Mode, you will not receive any CEUs. If you take a class in Normal Mode, you must complete assignments and lessons in order to receive any CEUs.

Still have questions about Universal Class? Call the Tazewell Library at (276) 988-2541 and ask for Adult Services Librarian, Chris Wilkes.

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