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Digital Library Access For All

With the continued self-isolation and libraries being closed, I thought I’d share with you a list of digital library resources that can be accessed from home. E-books, audio-books, videos, study guides... The following can be accessed by ANYONE at the moment, without the need of a library card. ADULTS AND ALL AGES AudioBookCloud For children, teens & adults, this streaming audiobook collection offers: fiction & non-fiction, the classics, mystery & suspense, sci-fi, historical fiction and romance. http://www.vpl.ca/digital-library/audiobookcloud KIDS TumbleMath A comprehensive collection of math picture books with animation & narration for reluctant learners. A great resource for students with quizzes & teacher lesson plans. For grades Kindergarten – 6. https://www.vpl.ca/digital-library/tumblemath For kids in grades three to eight https://www.vpl.ca/digital-library/tumblebookcloud-junior Virtual Story-Time https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBfzPEPPm7jQbLIQWU5mJJQ https://www.facebook.com/vancouverpubliclibrary/ https://www.instagram.com/vancouverpubliclibrary/ TEENS Grade 7 and up: http://www.vpl.ca/digital-library/teenbookcloud Plus a COVID research guide VPL put together: https://www.vpl.ca/guide/health-information/coronavirus-covid-19 You can, of course, still access your local library’s wider digital collection (including vancouver‘s), as long as you have a library card. If you want to sign up for one, I hear most libraries can register you over the phone. (For Vancouver Public Library, you can call the following number Monday-Friday10am-5pm: 604-331-3670 and check the website for updates, as there might be an online process soon.) Feel free to share this info with others who might benefit from it. Hope you stay well, Nihan