During our library closure, many of our partners are providing temporary access to additional library resources, some of which are highlighted below. To see a comprehensive list of our regular offerings, please visit our Digital Library.
ABDO is providing instant access to it's digital distant learning tools. They want to ensure that readers everywhere continue to have the opportunity to learn and grow. Free now through June 2020. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
BiblioBoard offers a free, Open Access platform that allows access to scholarly books, primary resources, and anthologies at no cost and there is no subscription needed.
Download eBooks and eAudiobooks to your computer or portable device using the cloudLibrary app from you app store.
Check out DearReader’s Online Book Clubs, where you will get a daily dose of books, cookies and surprises. Suzanne Beecher, with pen in hand, writes her daily column, and guest authors will be stopping in once a week to write a featured column.
Check out the free SimplyE app, available for iOS and Android. Access more than 5,000 ebook titles--from the classics to contemporary fantasy and sci-fi--ALL FOR FREE by choosing DPLA as your library and tapping on the DPLA Collection. No sign in or library card required!
Digital access to the most popular magazines. If prompted to enter "Patron Number," use your library card barcode.
Use these videos to create! From sewing to collages, painting to organizing. Creativebug can help you explore your true artist. There is even a category for just kids crafts.
Simply click the word “Kids” when you log in and you’re on KidsMode! Audiobooks, movies, videos, TV, comics and ebooks at your fingertips. Stream for free, no waiting. An app is available for Roku, Apple, and Android!
Internet Archive (National Emergency Library)
Internet Archive has created a National Emergency Library that will give you access to textbooks, ebooks, and more. Open until June 30. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
For those parents who have suddenly found themselves to be teachers, Khan Academy has some resources for you. Khan Academy had developed schedules for parents to use to help them manage time, teaching, exercise, eating, and more. For ages 4 to 18. [Direct link to the Google Docs on their website]
Or perfect one you’re learning with Mango Languages. Over 70 languages including English, Spanish, Russian, and more.
Gale's open access resources for pre-k. Miss Humblebee's Academy is highly visual, comes with assessment tools, and works with a reward system. Also available in Spanish. Navigate to www.gale.com/covid19access and scroll down to Miss Humblebee's Academy. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
Download eBooks and eAudiobooks. Get the Libby app from your app store.
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Tech-Talk is a premier collection of articles and videos, written each week by top training experts for busy professionals and aspiring students. It helps people stay up-to-date in using technology and become better communicators in the workplace.
You can get started now:
- Go to: www.Tech-Talk.com
- Click on Member Login
- Username: free-learning
- Password: free-learning
(Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
TumbleBooks offerings during Covid-19
Stream audiobooks for all ages. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
Browse a huge collection of steamy Romance novels for the older crowd! (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
A robust selection of Graphic Novels, Enhanced Novels, eBooks, classic literature, National Geographic videos, educator resources, and audiobooks. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
A collection of animated, talking picture books which teach young children the joys of reading. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
A comprehensive collection of math picture books. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
University of Michigan Press will make all content in the University of Michigan Press Ebook Collection (UMP EBC) free-to-read until the end of April 2020. Areas if interest include performing arts; classical studies; political science; American studies (especially disability and class studies); Asian and African studies. (Temporary access for duration of declared state of emergency).
A variety of virtual field trip opportunities. Experience these places from home.
Miss your favorite librarian’s storytime? Hear your favorite author read their own books! Crafts and activities as well.
Help young readers find books for their reading level and interests.
Loved a recent read? Obsessed with a specific author? Not sure what to read next? Visit Novelist to discover more!
Want to see more? Look in our own Digital Library to see what else we offer.