ABDO's entire eBook collection is now available to students to access at home FREE.
Now, kids of all ages can stream hundreds of free audiobooks across 6 different languages. Totally free. No sign-ups. No personal information required. No strings attached.
This is a free audiobook program provided in partnership with AudioFile Magazine. Beginning 30 April and running through 29 July, this program is for teens ages 13+. SYNC gives participants two thematically paired audiobooks for a week. Students must opt in at the individual level by signing up directly through the Audiobook SYNC website.
Newsela is making our entire product suite available, free of charge, to all districts and teachers through the end of the school year.
CommonLit is a nonprofit edtech company with an online library of over 1,500 authentic reading passages, text sets, units, and digital learning tools. Teachers can create classes (easy rostering with Google Classroom and Clever) and assign texts digitally. Students can annotate text, respond to comprehension questions, take assessments, and more. Read aloud and translation tools are also included. Teachers also have access to free data reports.
The database publisher, GALE, is allowing free access to its excellent online information collections. Access should be open but if you are asked for a password use this: Gale2020
12Story Library is offering its entire eBook collection for free. These are facsimiles of actual books and are simultaneous use. Non-Fiction titles: science, history, sports, animals, etc.)
Monday - Thursday: 6:30 - 4:30
Friday: 6:30 - 3:30