LearningExpress Library 3.0 Quick Start Guide for Maine
LearningExpress Library, the Computer Skills Center and the Job and Career Accelerator Center, helps students and adult learners improve the skills required for academic and career success. Our LearningExpress Library™ platform provides the most comprehensive selection of educational resources—including more than 800 tutorials, practice exams, eBooks—for basic skills mastery, academic success, job preparation, and career advancement.
Access to LearningExpress Library™ 3.0 for the State of Maine
LearningExpress Library™ 3.0 is an online resource accessible from the Maine State Library website, the Digital Maine Library, and some individual campus and career center websites. You can go to http://www.maine.gov/msl/digital/index.shtml to access from an authenticated building or from home. You may browse the LearningExpress Library website before registering, but once you locate a resource you’d like to use, you will be prompted to register before you can access it. Registration enables you to store any tests, eBooks, or tutorials for future use.
To register from any computer, simply click the New User? Register Now link on the landing page.
On the following page, enter your name and email address, create a password, read and accept the
Disclosure agreement and click Register.
Access to LearningExpress Library™ 3.0 from Home
If you are on a computer outside of your library, school, college, adult education or career center (at home), you should access LearningExpress Library™ 3.0 from the Digital Maine Library website. You must create a MARVEL login (if you do not already have one) to access all learning tools and databases, including LearningExpress Library, from home.
Please remember that this MARVEL login “opens the door” to LearningExpress Library. Once at LearningExpress Library you will need to a second login (or register if this is your first visit) to create your own personal learning space to store all your courses and tests. These are two separate actions. Your MARVEL login just gets you to LearningExpress. It is a separate registration and login to use LearningExpress Library.
HINT: You can make both these logins identical – if that helps you to remember!
For future visits to the site, remember to:
1. Go to the Digital Maine Library website and enter your Login
2. Once at LearningExpress enter your LearningExpress login as a Returning User with your email address and the password you created at registration.
On the landing page, you’ll find prominent icons for the core content areas—called Centers. The Centers house all of the tutorials, practice exams, and eBooks. They are organized by areas of interest. Simply click the icon of a Center that interests you. If you are uncertain about your next step, then review the Guidance tab in the Center, which will provide helpful guidance and recommendations on how to start on your path to learning. Or take a look at the video tutorials.
To create a Digital Maine Library login, see Getting Started on the Digital Maine Library site.
On the landing page, you’ll find prominent icons for our core content areas—we call them Centers. Our Centers house all of our tutorials, practice exams, and eBooks. They are organized by areas of interest. Simply click the icon of a Center that interests you.
If you are uncertain about your next step, then review the Guidance tab in the Center, which will provide helpful guidance and recommendations on how to start on your path to learning or take a look at the video tutorials.
For Help using the LearningExpress Library website
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on the Help tab in the upper right corner of the homepage provides answers to the most commonly asked questions.
f you require further assistance, contact Customer Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-295-9556, Ext. 2. Customer Support is available Mondays – Fridays, from 9 AM to 5 PM Eastern Time
For Help with connectivity issues or questions
Use the Help form or call the Maine State Library 207-287-5620.