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Educational Resources Available During COVID-19

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Schools and libraries may be temporarily closed during the COVID-19 response, but library resources are available online, 24/7, to help students complete their homework and to assist teachers and parents with preparing lessons and managing children's education from home.

A library card login is required to use most of the "Library eResources" below. You can now get an eLibrary Card online for access to most electronic resources.

 

For Teachers

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Library eResources

Free Resources on the Web

 

For Parents

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Early Education (0-5)

Free Resources on the Web

 

For Elementary School Students

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Library eResources

  • ABC Mouse – Learning tool for kids ages 2-8+.
  • Explora for Elementary School Students (Grades K-5) – Magazines, reference books, photos, videos, images, and flags.
  • MackinVIA – Easy access to eBooks, eResources, librarian-curated web links, videos and more, For kids K-8.
  • PowerKnowledge: Earth & Space Science, Life Science, and Physical Science – Comprehensive science resource for Grades 3-6.
  • Homework Help – More online resources to help with homework assignments.
  • Tutor.com – Get homework help from a live certified tutor or use study guides, worksheets, and tutorials on common subjects, and various state standardized tests.
  • Kids Reads – Book recommendations, eBooks, and reading resources for kids.

 

For Middle and High School Students

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Library eResources

Free Resources on the Web

 

For College Readiness

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Library eResources

Free Resources on the Web

  • Big Future – Online guide to over 2,000 colleges in the United States.
  • College Board – Free AP exam study resource as well as online testing for AP exams (temporarily available, due to COVID-19).