Online Resources

Here is a guide for free online resources to enjoy while we are closed. Some of these resources require a library card. If you do not have a library card, you can apply for a virtual card here.

Online Resources for Families and Kids

How to Talk to Your Kids about Coronavirus via PBS

Resources accessible with a Library card. If you do not have a library card, you can apply for a virtual card here.

Free resources available online 

Virtual Field Trips – A collection of various museums , zoos and farms that have guided digital tours and activities for kids.

Online Resources for Tweens and Teens

Untitled by Natasha Wedd, Hack The Library Summer 2017 Session

Resources accessible with a Library card. If you do not have a library card, you can apply for a virtual card here.

Digital Arts Media ToolKit– Free programs for digital arts media production (video, audio, coding and photography )

Educational Video Games 

Other free resources available online

Online Resources for Adults

How to Talk to Your Kids about Coronavirus via PBS

Resources accessible with a Library card. If you do not have a library card, you can apply for a virtual card here.

  • OverDrive – Digital collection of ebooks and e-audiobooks.
  • RB Digital – Features a collection of digital magazines.
  • Universal Class – Catalogue of continuing education classes on a wide range of subjects.
  • Kanopy – An on-demand streaming service that includes The Great Courses, a series of college-level classes.
  • Mango – Online language learning classes.

Free resources available online 

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