More Online Resources to Keep You Connected!
(Thank you Princeton Public Library for compiling and sharing many of these links with us )
We can offer you plenty of online learning and entertainment opportunities!
You may need a library card to access some of our resources. When required to sign in to use our online resources all you need to do is enter your library card number with no spaces. Your PIN is usually the last four digits of the phone number you gave us when you aquired a card.
If you don't have a library card, go here to get one free:Click Here
If you lost your card or don't remember your number, contact the library through emai: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 920-398-3434. You can leave a message and a librarian will get back to you shortly.
Now that the basics have been explained, onto the resources!
Overdrive is our most popular online resource-- download ebooks and audiobooks for free! If you have a smartphone or tablet, download the Libby App. Books are available for all ages, and we recently added many more titles. You may have to wait to download some books, but others are available 24/7. J.K. Rowling recently released the audio and ebook versions of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone for unlimited checkouts with no waiting until April 30th.
Digital Books: The library's digital book offerings have exploded with brand new content for all ages. Tumblebooks, Abdo, Audio Book Cloud, National Emergency Library and More! Check it out.
Need financial assistance? UW Madison has put together a great list of resources.
Need help finding work? See the Winnefox Employment Help Center page.
Do you have a young student at home? Check out Facebook Live Storytime each Wednesday at 10:30 am. The Markesan Public Library also has started the 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program, get a jump start reading to your little ones now. KidLit TV, Scholastic's Learn at Home, a list of 30 online "field trips" with live cameras or virtual walk-throughs, a sample daily schedule for kids, a great list of resources at Read Wonder & Learn, Live Learning videos with LivBits, Mystery Science lessons for grades K-5, and 1 Hour Coding for Kids for K-9th grades. Finally, there's a HUGE List of at-home educational entertainment resources, including live webcams, activities and more.
Do you have an older student at home?
Check out our Homework Help page. Want to learn technology skills at your own pace by watching these video tutorials on popular software and computer basics? Try the Winnefox Tech Skills Center . Gale Courses is another popular resource that offers interactive, instructor led online courses available on a wide variety of topics. Explore our Research Page for more great links, including genealogy resources, automotive repair guides, Consumer Reports, language learning, and lots more.
Want more free ebooks?
Sesame Street is offering some free ebooks for kids right now.
The Internet Archive's Open Library has textbooks, classics, and even some juvenile chapter books like The Giver by Lowis Lowry, The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan, and Matilda by Roald Dahl.
Open Culture has a nice list of older classics.
The National Emergency Library is a collection of mostly older non-fiction books that supports remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation.
Project Gutenberg has over 60,000 titles (mostly older).
Do you miss the Book Page magazine? Sign up to get a digital copy.
Need to connect with people digitally? Here are some resources for online meetings:
Microsoft Teams: https://products.office.com/en-us/microsoft-teams/group-chat-software
Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/facebookmedia/solutions/facebook-live
Google Hangouts: https://gsuite.google.com/products/meet/
If you have any trouble accessing any of these resources, feel free to contact the library by emai: email@example.com. Or you can call us and leave a message at 920-398-3434. A librarian will get back to you shortly.