Student Learning Resources

Education Tools from Your Library

Check out these resources available for students, homeschool families, caregivers, and educators. Whether you’re learning at home, in a school, beginning Kindergarten or finishing Senior year, the Delaware County District Library has great tools to help enrich your child’s education.

Librarians at Your Fingertips

Email: askus@delawarelibrary.org
Chat: Anywhere on the Delaware Library website. Look for the chat icon in the lower right-hand corner
Call: Your local branch has librarians ready to answer your questions during our regular operating hours

Librarians Can Help:
  • Find digital and physical books on specific subjects and lessons
  • Enhance at-home learning with educational support materials
  • Guide you to databases and online learning resources
  • Build socioemotional skills with other students through virtual programs
  • Print homework and projects at no cost to you
  • Lend WiFi-enabled Chromebooks to students

Keep scrolling for even more.

Educational Links

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Library Collection and Resources

Workbooks
Flashcards
Other Student Learning Books & Materials
Community Room & Study Rooms (not currently taking reservations, due to COVID-19)
Personalized Picks
Just Ask Us!

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Technology Assistance

WiFi & Hotspot Access
Chromebook Lending for Students
Wireless Printing
Reserve Computer Time & Help
Audio Booth (not currently taking reservations, due to COVID-19)
Maker Annex

School Technology Assistance

Each school district in Delaware County has a unique Helpdesk to assist with school-related technology needs. Please browse the contact information below.

Delaware City Schools

Help Desk: dcshelpdesk@delawarecityschools.net

Buckeye Valley School District

Live chat with an IT Specialist: Click the chat icon in the bottom, right-hand corner at this link.
Call: 740-363-1349 ext. 4501

Olentangy Local School District

Technology Service Desk: 740-657-HELP ext. 4357

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Programming

Programs for all Ages with Education Focus

On-Demand Virtual School Visits for Teachers & Homeschool Groups

Call or email your local branch to set up a visit from a librarian for your students. Visits may include:

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Learning @ Home

Broken down by subject, then by grade level, we hope these links will help you find the right tools for your students. All of these tools are recommended by DCDL librarians. Resources in bold* are exclusive to Delaware Library cardholders, and can be found on our Research page. Don’t have a library card? Get a digital card for immediate access.

Language, Reading, Spelling, and Writing
PBS Spelling Games Grades K-3
Scholastic Story Starters Grades K-6
NoveList K-8 Plus* Grades K-8
Read Brightly Grades K-12
Jason Reynolds “Write. Right. Rite.” Series Grades 4 – 12
Transparent Language* Grades 6-12
NoveList Plus* Grades 9-12
Literary Reference Center* Grades 9-12

 

Science
What Tree Is It? / What’s That Snake?* Grades K-5
COSI Connects Grades K-12
Science Fun for Everyone Grades K-12
Taste Buds At-Home Cooking Club Grades K-12
NASA Kids Club Grades K-12
Science Reference Center* Grades 9-12

 

Geography, History, and Government
CultureGrams* Grades K-5
World Geography Games Grades 2-12
HistoryForKids.net Grades 3-12
Delaware County Historical Society Grades 4-12
iCivics Grades 6-12
Points of View* Grades 8-12
The Big History Project Grades 9-12

 

Math
Numberblocks Grades K-2
Splash Learn Grades K-9
Khan Academy Grades K-12
Xtra Math Practice Grades K-12
Tinkercad Grades 2-12

 

Fine Arts
Art for Kids Hub Grades K-2
Oxford Doodle Club Grades K-2
Deep Space Sparkle Grades K-9
Small Works Project with Mo Willems Grades 1-9
Draw with Steve Harpster Grades 2-9
Creativebug* Grades 9-12

 

Physical Education
Cosmic Kids Yoga Grades K-2
GoNoodle! Grades K-5
Koo Koo Kanga Roo Grades K-5
PE with Joe Grades K-9

 

A Little Bit of Everything
DK Find Out! Grades K-2
National Geographic Kids Grades K-9
CrashCourse Grades 2-12
TED-Ed Grades 2-12

 

The Delaware County District Library serves as the public information provider for our community, using traditional and innovative technology to encourage curiosity, free inquiry, and lifelong learning in a friendly environment.