Information and resources for Alberta's K-12 curriculum and post-secondary education.

K-12 Information

  • Learn Alberta -- provided by the Government of Alberta, this site contains a number of resources to support Alberta's K-12 curriculum.
Curriculum Materials
  • Anytime Help, Anywhere (AHA) -- videos that focus on concepts that are key to success in junior high.
  • ATA Library Guides -- hundreds of free online learning resources aligned with AB curriculum organized by subject/grade/topic, etc. Includes French language learning resources.
  • EPSB Together Literacy & Numeracy App -- free literacy and numeracy app for families with K - 12 students. It has activities for parents and guardians to support learning in regular, French Immersion and bilingual programs.
  • Internet Archive Student Library -- Open Library's Student Library, a School Library designed for a K - 12 audience. A subdivision of the Internet Archive. (Note: need to sign up for free Internet Archive account to access)
  • Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) -- free courses offered by the University of Alberta that align with the Alberta Curriculum (7-12). 
  • The Key Study Guides -- links to TRACpac results for The Key materials. From Castle Rock Research. 

Post-Secondary Information

  • Alberta Learning Information Service (ALIS) - Post-Secondary Programs -- explore Post-Secondary training and programs in Alberta.  Learn about apprenticeship programs and find information about distance learning programs available in Western Canada.
  • Alberta Student Aid -- offers student loans, grants, scholarships, and awards for Albertans pursuing full-time or part-time post-secondary studies.
  • ApplyAlberta -- online application and transcript transfer system that anyone can use to apply to undergraduate programs at one or more of Alberta's post-secondary institutions.
  • Healthy Campus Alberta -- offers free webinars and recordings on mental health and wellness on post-secondary campuses. 
  • Inclusion Alberta - Inclusive Post-Secondary --  partners with post-secondary institutions across Alberta to include students with developmental disabilities to participate in regular programs of study and campus life.
  • Indigenous Bursaries Search Tool -- from the Government of Canada, a searchable list of 518 bursaries, scholarships and incentives across Canada.
  • Maclean's University Rankins 2022 -- annual ranking of Canada's post-secondary institutions, professors and staff, and residence life. Created from survey results from over 19,000 Canadian students. 
  • School Finder -- database of schools, programs, and scholarships. Includes information on admissions, fees, financial aid, and more. 


  • Alberta Research Portal -- gives anyone in Alberta access to millions of primary documents from institutions all over the world. 
  • Bibliothèque des Amériques -- Franco-American digital library. 
  • Canada GenWeb Project -- a gateway to free Canadian genealogy resources, organized by province.
  • Canadiana Online -- this virtual library holds the most complete set of full-text historical content about Canada, including books, magazines and government documents.
  • Dictionary of Canadian Biography -- a searchable online collection of approximately 8,500 detailed biographies of noteworthy Canadians.
  • Historica Canada -- Canada's largest independent organization devoted to enhancing awareness of Canadian history and citizenship.
  • Library and Archives Canada - this collection contains materials in all types of formats from across Canada and around the world that are of interest to Canadians.