Today’s resource of the day is one that might prove intriguing to our adult non-fiction readers out there. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many academic and publishers of scholarly works have opened up access to thousands of e-books and articles for FREE through Project MUSE. You can find a list of publishers and begin browsing here: https://about.muse.jhu.edu/resources/freeresourcescovid19/
Today’s resource of the day is Illinois Ag in the Classroom’s blog, Beyond the Barn Door: https://beyondthebarndoor.wordpress.com/ There are lots of fun activities and videos you can view if you scroll down the list of blog posts. Yesterday was National Ag Day and Beyond the Barn Door is celebrating all week!
Because this is just too good not to share today, we’re having 2 resources of the day today! I know parents and kiddos alike are looking for more books to read, so here’s some more FREE e-book access from MidAmerica Books! There’s the K-8 Digital Bookshelf: https://abdodigital.com/?tk=414F33301B8E136DEE3F0A93BF1795E1; the Secondary Digital Bookshelf for 5th through 12th grade: https://abdodigital.com/?tk=840BC558E6676AB1F4C9FA29D8EC6D69; and also the ABDO Zoom Research Database: https://www.abdozoom.com/zoomchoice/…. Thank you to MidAmerica Books for opening up access to these fantastic e-books!
Today’s online resource is another e-book resource for kids up to teens! Junior Library Guild has opened up access to their e-book collections. They have very nice free collections which offer unlimited simultaneous readings. There are even some audios in there and there is no login or password required: https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/at-home…