Online learning links

Online Reading and Research

Sign up for a Maine State Library account (digital access only) to access the Cloud-Library and read e-books.  

Digital Maine Library
Access to Ancestry, Chilton Library, Culinary Arts, Encyclopedias, and much, much more!  
Jstor open access - ebooks
Open access to E-books, Journals, Art resources, and lots more!

National Emergency Library
There are loads of free online books here.  Try typing in your favorite author and playing around with the search settings.  There is some controversy surrounding this site but you can decide how you feel.  Some authors and most publishers call it piracy but many respected universities and libraries call it a valuable resource and an information equalizer.

For as long as schools are closed Audible is open.  Right now, kids everywhere can instantly stream and listen to an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.

Waking up French -Documentary - Ben Levine 
The Franco-American Collection is offering free streaming access for 30 days to Réveíl:  Waking Up French, a documentary film by Ben Levine. This film explores the struggle for cultural survival among the French-Canadian, Franco-American communities of New England. It reveals the importance of history and
heritage and demonstrates how languages can be reacquired for personal and community renewal. The film will be available for 30 days beginning today, so don’t miss your chance to watch it!

Waterville Library
A great online resource page from a great Maine library.  Many more links to great sites including FREE IVY LEAGUE courses, AUDIOBOOKS, and STEM.

Gardiner Library
More great links from another great Maine library.

Share your Story of Covid-19 

Maine Memory Network - Individuals Are you an individual with digitized items you would like to share? Have you taken photos of signs of hope, lines at grocery stores, people practicing social distancing? You may upload one item at a time through the "Share Local History."

My Maine Stories Everybody has a story to tell. You can submit video, audio, text, and/or photos via the My Maine Stories. portal. This platform provides a space for anyone with an internet connection to record their stories about Maine. Your story will be permanently preserved, widely accessible, and help document this profound moment in Maine history.

Student Resources

Infobase Science Online, World News Digest, Access Video On Demand, World Almanac for Kids.  This resource is being offered free until July.
Username: 1658507-user  
Password: digital

Scholastic Learn from Home
Stories and activities from Scholastic. Grades Pre-K through 9th.
Entertainment for children.  Lots of popular programs.
Highlights Kids - Activities, Poems, Games
Explore, Share, Listen

Storytimes from Space
Watch an astronaut read a story from a space station!

Lunch Doodles with MO WILLEMS
Author of Gerald and Piggie and Pigeon books.

Write a Story with Kate Dicamillo
Author or Mercy Watson, The Tale of Despereaux, and Flora & Ulysses

Worksheets K-12
Free printable worksheets.

Science and Field-trips

Chewonki - Science Based
Maine at home learning from Chewonki.

Atlanta, Georgia Aquarium
Aquatic fish live.

Freedom Home School - Virtual Field Trips
Great reference page for live-cams of animals in zoos, aquariums, and field trips all around the world!


Rosetta Stone - 120 Hours Free
Offering free for the next 3 months.  For students to learn from home.  Parents have to sign their kids up.

Learn French
Free resource to learn French.