~ FREE to Chapleau Public Library patrons ~
Read the descriptions below, and once you find one that interests you – click on the corresponding image link!
All you need is your library card number!
The Canada Ebook Collection features over 8,500 titles hand-selected by ProQuest’s on-staff librarians based on ranked title usage and relevance to Canada.
The collection includes content from globally renowned publishers not found in other subscriptions, and features 70 contributing scholarly publishers, more than 1,600 French language titles, and over a thousand titles published in 2013 or later.
The Emergent Reader Research Solution!
Specifically designed to meet the needs of PreK-3 researchers, PebbleGo databases support literacy and build a foundation for a lifetime of learning. Users can click “Listen” to engage the read-aloud feature and follow along with text-highlighting, and play games or answer the Question of the Day!
Modules: Animals, Science and Dinosaurs.
Mango Languages’ PhD-created and linguist-approved software teaches real
conversations in over 70 languages and makes it fun; no snoozefests here.
With free mobile apps, learning through film, and the coolest promotional materials around, it’s no wonder Mango is the most popular language-learning resource in public libraries
OverDrive libraries add to their collections from a catalog of over 2 million eBooks,
audiobooks, and videos.
With more than 30,000 libraries in 40+ countries, chances are there’s a library near you.
The OverDrive app is one of the top-rated eBook apps available for iOS, Android, Chromebook, Mac OS, Windows, and Windows Phone.
Chapleau Public Library is announcing a partnership with G1.ca, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free G1 practice tests to library patrons. The new service includes free tests written specifically based on the official ON Ministry of Transportation driver’s handbook. This partnership allows the Chapleau Public Library to harness the power of G1.ca’s specialized practice exams to turn new drivers into safer drivers. The new program will work as an outreach for several valued groups of patrons, such as teens, those with disabilities, those who participate in the library’s programs for seniors and need to take a renewal exam, and patrons at every other stage of life.