To support librarians and educators as they navigate a rapid shift to virtual learning and across many communities, the physical closure of libraries, Gale has launched a COVID-19 resource center. Though this online hub is quickly evolving, you can immediately start using and sharing, for free:
- Interdisciplinary, curriculum-aligned resources to support online learning from pre-K through undergraduate
- Live and on-demand training materials to help you optimize your existing resources
- Professional development eBooks to help transition to and strengthen virtual learning
- Authoritative Gale resources on health-related topics and global issues
Kanopy is an on-demand film streaming service, is now available to patrons. Library cardholders can access Kanopy and sign up to start streaming films instantly. Films can be streamed at no cost from any computer, television, mobile device, or platform by downloading the Kanopy app for iOS, Android, AppleTV, Chromecast, or Roku.
Kids Access – starting Monday, March 16th, and all access to Kanopy Kids content will be free for 30 days
More from TumbleBooks
TumbleBooks, a world leader in online book databases, announced today it will make its family of online libraries available for free to all libraries until at least August 31.
www.TumbleMath.com – K-6 math ebook database
www.TeenBookCloud.com – Grades 7-12 ebook database
www.AudioBookCloud.com – All-ages audiobook database
www.RomanceBookCloud.com – A huge collection of steamy romance novels for the older crowd!
RELIABLE NEWS ON COVID-19
Elsevier Novel Coronavirus Information Center
Elsevier, a global leader in research publishing and information analytics specializing in science and health, is making all its research and data content on its COVID-19 Information Center available to PubMed Central, the archive of biomedical and lifescience at the US. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine, and other publicly funded repositories globally, such as the WHO COVID database, for as long as needed while the public health emergency is ongoing. This additional access allows researchers to use artificial intelligence to keep up with the rapidly growing body of literature and identify trends as countries around the world address this global health crisis.
New York Times Online
New York Times is providing free access to the most important news and useful guidance on the coronavirus outbreak to help readers understand the pandemic.
Enjoy 72 hours of full off-site complimentary access to NYTimes.com compliments of Cleveland Public Library.