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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.
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
Ebsco Information and Free Resources for Schools and Public Libraries Impacted by COVID-19
Study packets to support distance learning, free access to Test Prep and GED resources and more.
Educational Toolkit for At-Home Learning from the Barbara Bush Foundation
Amid School Closures, Barbara Bush Foundation Creates Educational Toolkit to Help Parents and Children Learn Together at Home.
Open Access to Resources for Teaching and Learning from GALE
A cluster of databases for K-College learning including Miss Humblebee's Academy (for ages 3-6), Gale In-Context High School (grades 9-12), Coronavirus research and lots more.
Remote Learning with Khan Academy
Resources for schools, teachers, and parents. Khan Academy has a library of standards-aligned lessons covering kindergarten through early college math, grammar, science, history, AP® courses, SAT® preparation, and more.
Resources to Support Libraries and Educators Impacted by COVID-19 from GALE
Support for curricular continuity during this rapid shift to online learning and beyond.
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. "
Try self-directed learning with one of these helpful tutorials.