Un excelente recurso digital en español que ayuda a enriquecer el aprendizaje de los estudiantes de primaria y secundaria. (An excellent digital resource in Spanish that helps enrich the learning of elementary and high school students.)
From Encyclopedia Britannica, for all grades (Pre-K-12) and all reading abilities. Available at three levels–elementary, middle, and high.
Kids InfoBits is especially for students in K-5. It features full-text content from reference sources and magazines covering geography, current events, the arts and sciences, people, government, history, and more.
LearningExpress Library brings together resources for AP, SAT, high school equivalency, U.S. citizenship, civil service and real estate exams. Other courses include computer tutorials, ESL skill-building, and practice and lessons in core subjects for elementary through introductory college-level students. Includes nearly 200 eBooks to download and use.
There are many new features, including career guidance and advice from industry experts. Now includes the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion), which replaces the GED exam in New York State.
Get live help from real tutors and career coaches daily from
2:00 – 10:00 PM 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM Monday – Friday and 2:00 – 10:00 PM Saturday and Sunday temporarily (some holidays excluded), for students in grades K-12, intro level college students and adults.
Tutoring is available for more than 40 school and test prep subjects, including high school equivalency exam preparation and introductory college courses. Career Coaches can assist with job searches, writing résumés and cover letters.
The SkillsCenter Resource Library is open 24/7 with worksheets, lessons, videos.
Discover current and classic fiction and non-fiction titles that are popular with young readers. Contains materials for all K-8 grade levels and includes picture books, children’s “chapter” books and young adult titles. You can also get Common Core Connections by grade/unit, find fiction and non-fiction books that meet common core standard and download quick lists of recommended books by topic.
Pronunciator is a fun way to learn any of 80 languages. Whether you want to learn just enough for a trip, dig deeply into grammar, or are looking for kid-friendly lessons, Pronunciator can help.
You can learn any language, in virtually any other language. Plus, there are ESL courses for speakers of 50 non-English languages.
Use it in your browser, and/or get the app for your mobile device. Your progress is automatically synced between any devices you are using.
How to create your account on Pronunciator:
–You must sign up using the link below, even if you plan to use the mobile app later.
–Enter your library card number under “First time here?”
–Use the blue “Register” button and include your email address if you want to track your progress or use the mobile app.
–Then sign in under “Welcome Back” to continue your work. You can download the mobile app to your device and use Pronunciator anytime.