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Online Resources for K-12 Students, Educators, and Families: Resources for K-12 Students
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To use the Digital Maine Library databases below, you will need to be able to show that you live in Maine. This can be done several ways, including having a Maine IP address, Maine residential address, or valid Maine library card. For more information, visit Getting Started with Digital Maine Library.
Provides access to electronic books and audiobooks. Users must have a library card from a participating Maine library; library content can be accessed through a web browser or the CloudLibrary app on smartphones/tablets.
This site, hosted by MIT, provides internet access to the complete works of William Shakespeare--poetry and plays. (The website will ask you to sign in; click the cancel button and it will take you to the plays.)
Project Gutenberg, founded by Michael Hart, is an online repository of books that have entered the public domain in the United States. This source is particularly useful in finding older works of literature, philosophy, etc.
An online library providing access to digital books. Particularly useful for access to older public domain texts and materials created by its member institutions. Note that not all books listed in this catalog have full-text access.
A collection of math textbooks beginning at the pre-algebra level; select the type of math you are studying to access the relevant texts. Note that books involving other areas of study are available (hover your mouse over the blue symbols near the top of the page to see what other subjects are available, and click on the symbol of your choice to access related books).