Free Online Resources

Free Online Resources

  1. Access our school’s E-Books through https://www.mackinvia.com/. Log into the system using your student number and password you use for the computers at school.

    MackinVIA

    www.mackinvia.com

    MackinVIA is a complete eResource management system providing easy access to eBooks and educational databases. With just one login, users can view, utilize, and manage all of their eResources.

  2. Audible has released hundreds of audio books for students of all ages, and the stories offer a screen-free option to help break up the time students are spending in front of computers. Students can stream the audio books from any internet browser at: https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

    Audible Stories: Free Audiobooks for Kids | Audible.com

    stories.audible.com

    Kids everywhere can stream an incredible collection of stories that will help them continue dreaming and learning.

  3. The Internet Archive has created a free National Emergency Library in order to support remote teaching, research, and independent learning during this time of national emergency. There are over one million titles available, both fiction and non-fiction. You can sort by Topic, Material Type, Language, Publication Date, and more! This is an incredible resource that I highly encourage you to explore! If you want to borrow a book, it does require you to create a free account with an e-mail address.

    The NEL can be accessed through any web browser at this URL:  https://archive.org/NEL

    National Emergency Library : Free Texts : Free Download, Borrow and Streaming : Internet Archive

    archive.org

    Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed. Learn more.

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