Google isn’t the only way to access online information. There are many safe and trusted online resources that are suitable for school research projects, online learning, and personal enrichment. Here are some quick links to get you started.
Learning Express Library
Tests, exercises and skill building courses for elementary through college students, GED preparation, computer skills, preparation for many standardized tests and U.S. citizenship. Interactive courses in Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word, Windows and Mac operating systems.
Mango Languages: Mango is the fast, easy, and most effective way to learn to speak a foreign language, even if that foreign language is English.
All CCLS Databases: Chester County Library System provides 30 databases, most of which can be used from home.
POWER Library: Pennsylvania Online World of Electronic Resources (POWER Library) provides access to magazine and newspaper indexes, full-text encyclopedias and almanacs, and an archive of over 50,000 photographs.
PowerKids: BookFlix, TrueFlix, CyberSmarts, and Gale Kids’ InfoBits.
Khan Academy: short how-to videos on a variety of school subjects, including AP courses and test prep.