It’s almost time to venture back to the classroom. Explore your library’s research and learning tools for the best school year yet! Head to the library, or visit us online, for quality research sources, age-appropriate books and eBooks, and homework help that can’t be found anywhere else. Let’s take a look.
- Tumblebooks! (all ages)
Animated, talking picture books which teach reading. Also includes online chapter books for older kids and teens.
- OverDrive (all ages)
Downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks. Our collection includes many of the SSYRA titles. We love the new free Libby app, too.
- Brainfuse HelpNow (all ages)
Free on-demand, anytime, anywhere eLearning. One-to-one online homework help with live academic tutoring, live skills tutoring, writing assistance and test prep center. Once you set up your Brainfuse account, you can log on using an Android app at Google Play or iOS at iTunes.
- Kids InfoBits (elementary)
Online research made just for kids! Kids are empowered to research smarter with engaging age-appropriate content. Includes books, magazines, news, videos, and even images and graphs.
- Research in Context (middle school)
Created specifically for middle school students — covers the most-studied topics ranging from cultures and government to history and literature, all in one high-quality resource. Also contains national and state curriculum standards for grades 6-12 in language arts, social studies, and science.
- Opposing Viewpoints in Context (high school)
Covers today’s hottest social issues and supports science, social studies, current events, and language arts classes. Informed, differing views help learners develop critical thinking skills and draw their own conclusions.
- PowerSearch (high school)
Instantly access authoritative periodicals, scholarly journals, newspapers, and reference content.
- Pronunciator (all ages)
Fun free way to learn any of 80 languages with self-directed lessons, live teachers, movies, music, and more. Get the app for your device–it’s free and incredibly convenient.
Need additional help? Stop in to see your library’s Youth Services Librarian for personalized collection suggestions, tech help or research assistance.