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As Victorians continue to stay at home, many Frankston City families are looking for resources and support for home schooling and learning.

Frankston City Mayor, Sandra Mayer said Council was excited to be offering another free resource to the Frankston City community, launching Studiosity this week.

“Caring for the community during this unprecedented time is our top priority,” said the Mayor

“Although our library branches are closed at the moment, we want to ensure we do everything we can to help our local families and residents.

“We know that many Frankston City families are struggling with homeschooling and learning online, and that pressure feels like it’s only increasing at the moment.

“That’s why Council is investing in education and adding even more resources and tools to the Frankston City Libraries website, all free for our Frankston City Libraries members as always.”

Studiosity is a 24/7 online study help service provided to benefit families and individuals. The service is free to access with your Frankston City Libraries membership.

Students from Years 3-12 and first year tertiary, can access online help from a network of highly qualified subject specialists for free at any time of the day or night.

Studiosity is on-demand, one-to-one, and is personalised for a student’s specific problem or question.

“Studiosity will provide some relief to families struggling to help their children study while at home, and will also help university students wo are craving personalised assistance with their coursework,” added the mayor.

Studiosity’s online, on-demand support service offers live help in English, Maths, and Science, as well as essay writing feedback. There is also an option for Job Skills help and resume feedback.

For more information about the free resources Frankston City has available to library members during this period, visit library.frankston.vic.gov.au or phone the library on 9784 1020.

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Last Updated:
Monday 24 August 2020
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