Explora Secondary Schools
Explora supports both student research and classroom instruction with age-appropriate content for middle and high school learners with an easy-to-use interface and great accessibility tools, including translation and text to sound.
Gale In Context: Elementary
Gale In Context: Elementary meets the research needs of students in Kindergarten through grade 5, with age-appropriate content from magazines, newspapers, and reference materials, covering current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, and more.
Research while practicing reading skills with Read It!™ Students build reading skills as they learn about topics that they need for school and everyday life. Read It!™ is also a great tool for English Language Learners.
READ & WATCH
Access Video: Just for Kids
Enjoy TV shows like Arthur, Sesame Street, Odd Squad, SciGirls, and much more, including: read-along storybooks and learning videos to explore topics like reading, writing, math, arts and science.
NoveList Plus K-8
Looking for your next great read for your child? Use NoveList K-8 to discover your new authors, series, or titles!
Call 833-690-0646 (toll free) to hear a story read in both English and Spanish. Each Wednesday, a new story will be available to listeners around the state.
A family activity calendar with new suggestions every day for stories, songs, activities, and games! En Espanol!
Connect LIVE with a certified tutor, seven days a week between 2 and 11 pm, for assistance with assignments, research and writing. Also find practice tests, study plans, and more. Tutoring is available in English and Spanish.
Learn to speak 140+ foreign languages including over 20 indigenous languages, American Sign Language, and Citizenship Prep, and also includes ESL/ELL materials for speakers of 34 different languages. Transparent Language is perfect for the business travelers or tourists, as well as supplementing classroom lessons for students.
From photography to physics and computers to calligraphy choose from over 500 online classes. Learn something new or update your existing skills. Access classes from your local public library website, by using the Libby app on a mobile device or tablet, or on your computer at libbyapp.com.