Study help

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Homework Club

Do you want help with:

  • assignments
  • revision
  • research skills
  • proof-reading
  • resumes and cover letters.

Or maybe you just need a quiet place to study.

Then come to our drop-in Homework Club and get help from a trained secondary teacher.

Hamra Centre Library (in the Learning Centre)
When: Mondays during school term
Time: 4pm - 6pm
Bookings are not required.

You can also access free 24/7 homework help online by visiting and signing in with your West Torrens Library Card!

ARA Homework Club

The Australian Refugee Association offers a free Homework Club in the Library's Learning Centre. This service is available to high school students who are from refugee backgrounds and have been in Australia for less than five years.

ARA Homework Club is held on Thursdays from 4pm - 6pm during school terms (starting in week 2 each term).

For more information visit the ARA website.

Road to IELTS

Library members have access to a free online self-study preparation course, 'Road to IELTS' (International English Language Testing System). Two modules are available, General Training and Academic. Road to IELTS is produced by the British Council to help candidates prepare for the IELTS exam.

Log on to Road to IELTS


For students from Years 3 to 12, TAFE or University.

Studiosity connects students to qualified expert tutors for individual real-time conversations about:

  • home work
  • assignments
  • exam preparation
  • study questions.

*Available to West Torrens residents only.

Log on to Studiosity

LinkedIn Learning

Learn relevant, professional skills on LinkedIn Learning

  • 16,000+ online courses in 7 languages
  • expert Instructors with real-world experience
  • new courses added each week!

Courses cover: leadership, project management, mental wellness, sales, job hunting, information technology, marketing, visual arts, and much more. Some courses are available in languages other than English.

LinkedIn Learning also has a handy app. When logging into the LinkedIn Learning app for the first time users will be asked for an email address or Library ID. When prompted, users need to enter “sapln”.

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Following this, users just enter their library barcode number and PIN. 

Please read the LinkedIn Learning: Getting Started Guide.

Visit LinkedIn Learning

More information

Email the Library, contact 8416 6228 or search our events.