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BookFlix - View the pages and listen online as picture story books and
related informational books are read aloud, kind of like attending
story time with your child from home.
Mango Languages & Muzzy Club - Online language learning options for
all age groups. Mango Languages for adults and teens, or Muzzy Club
for the kids in your life. Both resources are available through your
computer's web browser, or a free downloadable app on your smartphone
Hoopla & Overdrive / Libby - Books, Audiobooks, Movies, and more. To
read, view, or listen on your computer click the links above and login
with your library card number. To download reading, viewing, and
listening material to a device like a smartphone or tablet, start by
downloading and installing these free apps in your device's app store:
the "Hoopla Digital" app to access the always-available collection
from Hoopla, or "Libby" to access the shared statewide collection of
limited-availability ebooks and audiobooks via Overdrive. You will
also need the 14 digit number on the back of your library card to get
Gale Courses - These multi-week online courses are aimed at adults
looking to learn something new on any of a wide variety of topics,
whether personal or career-focused. This month's learning opportunity
starts March 18, but you can sign up early or start attending after
that date without missing anything. On a related note, there are
additional continuing education resources available through the Adult
We also have online information resources for all ages. These are most
often recommended for research purposes, but, they can also make for
fascinating browsing. Basically, these are collections of educational
information on a huge variety of topics, at age appropriate reading
and interest levels. Try Kids Infobits with elementary aged learners,
Gale In Context: Middle School and Gale In Context: High School for
older kids and teens, and Gale General OneFile or MasterFILE Premier for the curious grown-ups out there.
To learn about Coronavirus, check out the Talbot County DES Website
and DES Facebook Page for the latest local information, or visit this
list of reliable information sources on Coronavirus, compiled by Enoch
Pratt Library, home of the State Library Resource Center.
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