Library » Stay-at-home eLearning Resources

Stay-at-home eLearning Resources

Do you want to read an ebook at home?

 

Go to library.cps.edu

 

Find Our School

  • type Mather
  • Be sure to click on the full name (Stephen T Mather High School)

 

Search for your book       OR      Click on LS2 PAC (below the search box)

 

Find a book you are interested in.  

 

Look for titles that have this option and click on that image. 

 

eResource 

 

Click on the borrow button.  

 

Login with CPS credentials

 

Ask Ms. Schiltz for help if you need it by emailing me at tsschiltz@cps.edu

 

Enjoy your book! Please note if you are reading on a tablet - there are some apps that might make this easier.  Let me know if you have questions!

 

Please note if you are reading on a tablet - there are some apps that might make this easier.  You could download the  SoraMackinDestiny

 NOTE - if you use the PUBLIC library - you should check out the LIBBY app. There are many apps you can use with a Public Library Card - see https://www.chipublib.org/ebooks/

 

“Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.” Mason Cooley

 Many books: 50000+ Free eBooks in the Genres you Love

Great selection of modern and classic books waiting to be discovered. All free and available in most ereader formats.

 

Classic Books

Adventure awaits in these classic books online available through Library of Congress.  Selection is smal, but there are books for all age levels.

 

Project Gutenberg

This library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online.

Offers both fiction and non-fiction.

 

 

 
Wide open school
 
 
Free Online resources for students, families, and educators. 
 
Content from Khan Academy, National Geographic, Scholastic, Time for kids.....
 
All grade levels and age groups.
 
A resource about Covid-19.  Just a reminder that more information is available as this is from March 12th.
 
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