CCC Success Maker is a comprehensive software program in Mathematics (K12), Reading/Writing (K12), Science (412) and Bilingual software for reading, language arts and mathematics(6adult) which is correlated to the Ohio Proficiency Tests in grades 4, 6 and 9.
 Reader's Workshop for grades 37 develops foundations in reading comprehension, basic reading skills, and higher order thinking skills.

 Reading Adventures for grades 36 uses literature to integrate reading and writing and provides thorough instruction, practice and maintenance in critical reading skills and strategies.

 Reading Investigations for grades 68 uses challenging contentarea reading to build comprehension, thinking skills, reading strategies and vocabulary.

 Math Investigations: Environments for Applying Mathematics in the Real World for grades 58 provides experiences for connecting math to other subjects applying topics such as percent, estimation, ratio, proportion, and probability.

 Math Processor: Tools for Every Math ProblemSolver for grades 58 uses spreadsheets, graphing tools, on screen manipulatives and calculators to help students develop understandings that support mathematical thinking.

 Math Concepts and Skills: Building Essential Concepts, Skills and Strategies for grades K8 develops and maintains essential mathematics foundations covering strategies, concepts and skills needed for understanding mathematics.

 Algebra Topics: Learning Tools for Algebra I for grades 812 uses independent, selfguided lessons for first year algebra students to practice, apply, assess, and review algebra.

 Tangible Math: Mathematics Comes to Life for grades 812 provides instructional experiences using interactive models in Algebra, Geometry, Precalculus, calculus, probability and statistics that meet the standards of the NCTM.

 Adventures in Scientific Learning for grades 512 has seven software theme based program to stimulate students' enthusiasm. Explores connection among the four science disciplinesbiology, chemistry, earth/space and physics. Students solve problems, test hypotheses, and publish their findings.

 Cautions:
 Determine which parts of the comprehensive program would be applicable in a library setting
 Contact school districts for their recommendations
 Features:
 Interactive and attractive with audio, graphics, animation and full motion videos in presentation
 Corrects errors when encountered and provides additional practice
 Tied to the outcomes of the Ohio Proficiency in grades 4, 6 and 9 and NCTM standards in math
 Limitation:
 An instructional program designed for the classroom to teach skills vs. testing
