Other Resources

Below we have compiled a list of useful links; this list is not exhaustive. 

  • Techboomers - Techboomers will teach you how to use popular and trusted websites and applications. They provide free video tutorials suited to those who may not be the most tech-savvy.
  • Digital Learn - Created by the Public Library Association, Digital Learn is a tool to meet the demand for resources on digital literacy - using a computer, navigating the internet, emailing, et al. This is a collection of free, self-directed tutorials.
  • Excel-Easy - Easy to follow, fully illustrated tutorials on using Excel to create and manage spreadsheets.

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  • Library of Congress -  The Library of Congress has digitized many of their collections; these collections are available through their website.
  • Goodreads -  Goodreads has book reviews, lists and reading suggestions. Users can make their own lists, keep track of books they've read and share reviews.
  • Project Gutenberg -  Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to digitize and archive works from the public domain.
  • Rotten Tomatoes -  Rotten Tomatoes and Tomato-meter score are trusted barometers of quality entertainment. Find both critic and home audience reviews of television and movies.
  • Common Sense Media - Detailed ratings of movies, tv shows, books and more to help parents make informed decisions about whether content is appropriate for their families.