Need study help? Take a look at Solaro’s online study guides.
My name is Rosanne and I’m a Library Technician at Coquitlam Public Library. I’d like to tell you about an online study guide available through the library called Solaro.
It’s been a few years since I graduated from high school, but I remember looking for workbooks and study guides to help me prepare for provincial exams. The ones I used the most were the SNAP Workbooks, which are designed to support classroom instruction and provide students with additional examples and practice.
The online equivalent of SNAP is Solaro, and you can use it for free through the library.
Solaro follows the BC curriculum and offers study help for students in grades 3 to 12 in subjects like math, science and language arts. So, whether you need extra help with a specific subject or you’re looking for a new way to study smarter, Solaro may be just what you need. It gives you access to practice tests and quizzes, personalized notes and flash cards and even different avatars to reward your progress.
Getting started is easy:
1. Visit the Explore and Learn Online page and look under the Children and Students heading. Or, go directly to Solaro.
2. Login with your library card number and PIN (which is usually the last four digits of your phone number).
3. Go to Your Account to choose your grade and select which subjects you want to study.
4. Click on a subject to read through the lessons, start a practice test or review your notes and flashcards.
You can use Solaro at school, at home, or on-the-go by downloading the Solaro app. Works on iOS, Windows and Android.
Good luck with your studies! If you need help accessing or using Solaro, please reach out by emailing us at email@example.com.