The Digital Maine Library provides every resident of Maine with access to online resources that include a collection of full text articles and abstracts from magazines, newspapers, journals and reference. It also provides students, business people, public library patrons, and higher education students and educators the ability to use online learning tools.Free to Maine residents.
Pronunciator is a fun and free way to learn any of 163 languages with personalized Courses, movies, music, and more. Free to Maine residents.
Ancestry Library is available at home through the Maine State Library during this time. This collection holds billions of records in census data, photos, directories, vital records, and more. To access go to the Maine Digital Library and scroll to “Ancestry Library Edition (ProQuest) – For Use in Public Libraries.” Free to Maine residents.
MyHeritage Library Edition
MyHeritage enables you to search birth records, obituaries, marriage certificates, census records, and other genealogy resources that may reveal your family history. To access go to the Maine Digital Library and scroll to “MyHeritage (Library Edition) (EBSCO).”Free to Maine residents.
The Association of Maine Archives and and Museums (MAM) is gathering a growing list of online resources from collecting institutions across the state. Check it out to find online lesson plans, podcasts, exhibits, archives, arts & crafts activities, lectures, and more! From Pre-K kids to adults, there’s something to interest everyone.
freeCodeCamp has thousands of videos, articles, and interactive coding lessons – all freely available to the public.
Open Culture features educational media. They find the free courses and audio books you need, the language lessons & educational videos you want, and plenty of enlightenment in between. They also add new things to their Facebook page regularly.