Sonoma library seeks to help with remote learning
The staff at the Sonoma Valley Library is eager to help local families with back-to-school needs. The library has put together a list of resources you may find useful for the school year, and beyond.
The local library provides:
•Access educational eBooks, and eAudiobooks, stream movies and more. This includes always-available eBooks and eAudiobooks such as Diverse Reads for Teens and Diverse Reads for Kids on OverDrive.
•Students of any age can connect with free tutors and more at Tutor.com.
•The Student OneCard partnership provides students access to library resources using their student ID number.
•Earn your high school diploma online with Career Online High School.
•The Great Courses collection on OverDrive includes 200 expertly-produced audio and video courses by professors such as Neil DeGrasse Tyson.
•Your library card gives you access to Lynda.com, an online learning service that teaches business, technology, and creative skills through video tutorials.
•LearningExpress Library features nearly 1,000 online tutorials, practice tests, and eBooks for all ages.
•Why not use this time to learn a new language or brush up on one you're already familiar with? Mango Languages is fun and easy to use.
The online library never closes. Visit sonomalibrary.org for more, including Spanish-language resources.