Many authors, organizations, and businesses are providing free online education and entertainment resources during the COVID-19 crisis. We’re curating a list for you here. Check back for additions.
Giant Screen Films and D3D Cinema free streaming of three documentaries, through June 15.
1 – Mummies: Secrets of the Pharaohs
2 – Dinosaurs Alive!
3 – Wild Ocean
Audible Stories, free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
BookTrust Home Time, free online books, videos, games, recipes, competitions, quizzes and other activities.
#UnitedByBooks hashtag on Twitter for reading tips, activities, and content for children preschool to age 8.
FamilySearch.org is provided by the Mormon church. On the website, you register for a free account.
The National Archives webpage includes a genealogy section arranged by research topics and types of records available to search.
MUSIC, THEATRE AND DANCE
The New York Times is providing free access to their COVID-19 coverage.
NFL Game Pass, free until May 31.
MILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY PROVIDED RESOURCES
Milton Public Library pays the subscitpion for the following resources. You can access them using your library card number as your username, and your last name, all lower case, as your password.
Vermont Online Library provides access to Gale databases, enabling library patrons to search magazines, newspapers, books, and more.
EBSCO’s LearningExpress Library is a comprehensive selection of academic and career-related online tools to help you choose a pathway in life or get a better job.
OverDrive eBooks and eAudiobooks includes titles for children, teens, and adults.
RBdigital Magazine Value Collection offers about 50 magazines for browsing and reading on on your desktop and mobile devices.
Universal Class offers more than 500 online courses, free to Milton Public Library cardholders.
Updated April 2, 2020.