With the reality of many people being asked to stay in their Monroe properties for public safety, there are many digital resources available through the Monroe Library. These resources can help to make long days stuck at home go faster and keep the mind engaged. Ebooks and audiobooks can be downloaded through OverDrive. Find selections for kids, teens, and adults. Get the Libby app for iOS or Android or borrow available selections to read or listen to on your home computer.
Not only are there books to look at, but also magazines through RBdigital magazines. Get caught up on what is going on by reading Newsweek. Find some new recipes in Woman’s World. Indulge in the world of celebrities by reading Star or In Touch Weekly. Read about a new place in the world in National Geographic. There are many magazines to choose from for any age and interest.
Kids in Monroe Properties Have Fun with E-Learning Apps
There are many digital opportunities for children. Keep them engaged in educational materials while school is not in session. There are many different formats and services to choose from. In addition to Overdrive and RBdigital, Take a look at BookFlix, Kanopy Kids, Hoopla, and Beanstack. Find interactive eBooks, audiobooks, videos, movies, shows, activities and apps. Stories read by Sno-Isle Library staff and YouTube videos made by Sno-Isle libraries are also available.
All of these resources can be found on the online library tab of the Sno-Isle web page. While there, also take a look at the research resources and online learning opportunities. Find video tutorials, practice tests, driving practice tests, courses to learn languages, and the Microsoft Imagine Academy. There is much to explore for those spending time inside Monroe properties. Use this time to read, learn, and grow thanks to the digital resources available from the Sno-Isle Library System. All can be accessed with your library card.