Welcome to eCampus
eCampus is Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System’s online learning suite of FREE resources. eCampus supports the empowerment of all patrons by providing six unique databases strategically designed to support three major areas: test preparation and educational resources for all ages – K-adult; continuing education including GED resources and career and employment resources. Three of the six databases offer services in Spanish. eCampus databases are accessible via the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Card.
The eCampus databases are:
Tutor.com: Live online one-on-one tutoring sessions and homework help in academic subjects. Access to resources and links for basic learning skills, homework help, GED preparation and career assistance.
ePrep: Standardized online test preparation for the PSAT, SSAT, SAT, ACT and PLAN. Students can access resources including video based instruction for strategies and testing preparation.
Testing & Education Reference Center: Unlimited access to college prep tools, scholarship search, preparation and skill building for GED and other tests for technical school and vocational occupations, plus informative career information including web based resumes and easy access for potential employers.
LearningExpress Library: Provides practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, testing resources for all ages -- K-12, undergraduate and graduate, vocational and GED. Career and employment resources available also.
Universal Class: Over 500 online self-paced continuing education classes for adults including CEU-granting courses, in a range of subjects related to skills, jobs or personal growth. Students have up to 6 months to complete class coursework.
Ed2Go: Online continuing education certificate program for professionals, including CEU and PLU-granting courses, resources for teachers, online GED, SAT/ACT Prep courses. Students have up to 6 weeks to complete coursework.
Note: Space limited to 375 users; requires enrollment by Program Coordinator.
Quick Guide for Databases
For more information regarding AFPLS eCampus resources, contact Ms. Jurée Hall, Project Coordinator at