Due to these uncertain times, some of our partners have made their resources free to everyone. They are listed here for you to browse.
KnowBC features a number of books that cover a variety of topics including Indigenous history, marine life, natural history, British Columbia's role in World War I, and much more.
To help support teachers and students continue to access KnowBC during this time of physical distancing, we're temporarily dropping the subscription paywall to KnowBC.com, which means educators, students and their families will be able to access the site from home.
For more than 65 years, Gale has partnered with librarians and educators around the world to build connections between content, technology, and people to further discoveries and insights for all. To help patrons during this difficult time, they have provided open access to their comprehensive resources to help with online and at-home learning during school and library closures.
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World Book Online has launched Wizard, an adaptive learning resource for math, science, social studies, and language arts. Learn more here!
Additionally, all Distance Learning resources from World Book are freely available through to April 30th, 2020. You can sign up and read about it here!
Due to recent events, all libraries have free access until August 31, 2020. Use the links below to log into the available resources.
TumbleBooks' databases are easy to use, and offer unlimited access from any device! There are no check-outs, holds, or downloads.
TeenBooks offers a selection of Graphic Novels, eBooks, classics, National Geographic videos, and audiobooks.
AudioBookCloud is an online collection of streaming audio books: classics, mysteries, romance, and more!
RomanceBookCloud features a core collection of over 1700 new romance eBooks, with more added on a regular basis.
TumbleMath is the most comprehensive collection of math picture books available online.