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COVID-19 Information and Resources: Free Learning Resources

Current information and reliable resources for understanding and responding to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.

Free Learning Resources

Some of the resources included on this page have been generously provided by various library vendors and online service providers.  A library card is not required to access these resources. For library services you can access with your card, please see our Downloadable and Streaming Media Guide and/or our eResources A-Z page.

District 51 Information

Resources for Kids

Rocky Mountain PBS Colorado Classroom: Learn with me at Home

Colorado Classroom returns with new episodes Starting September 7.

The new season of Colorado Classroom will feature daily literacy, science and math lessons for K-3 children and their families Monday-Friday from 8am-10am.

Each lesson has a corresponding downloadable learning guide which can be printed at any Mesa County Libraries location free of charge. See library staff for details.

General Education / Tools for Home Educators

Share Your Story

The Colorado Virtual Library is seeking:  Stories of Colorado: Social Distancing Diaries

" Stories of Colorado is an online collection of Colorado- related content, from individuals or institutions that do not have an online presence themselves, but have interesting and relevant pieces of Colorado history and culture to share. You can choose to create oral histories simply for your own personal archive or use, but contributing to Stories of Colorado enriches the historical record of this unprecedented time. "

Computer Basics

Try self-directed learning with one of these helpful tutorials

  • BBC First-Click Beginner's Guide - printable basic computer tutorial (pdf file)

  • All Computer/Technology Topics - tutorials for basic computer, internet, smartphones, specific software and lots more from GCF Learn Free.

  • - Beginner tutorials from

  • TechBoomers - Free videos and article tutorials on how to use popular websites like Netflix, Amazon and Gmail as well as various social networks. Especially geared towards baby boomer and senior learners.