TEEN Resources  

How to Register for Resources:

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Teen Resources  

Your Library card gives you access to many resources for free. From test preps, arts & crafts, family history, homeschooling, online classes, ebooks, movies, music, languages, law and medical information. Check out the information and links below on how to register for each one.

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Universal Class

Lifelong learning courses, 30 subject areas, many with continuing education units (CEUs) with professional instructors, videos, assignments, quizzes, & tests. Learn at your own pace. (library card number required to create an account)

Web-based learning solution that provides patrons, from elementary students to adult learners, with instant access to the most comprehensive collection of test preparation tools, skill-building materials, and career resources available. Over 1,000 online practice tests and interactive skill-building tutorials are available, along with more than 200 eBook titles-all developed by expert academic and industry professionals. The best part is that it is free for you to use.

Collection of research databases, eBooks, and more paid for by the Utah State Library Division

Hundreds of thousands of ebooks, ecomics, eaudio-books, music, and movies for digital check-out.

Borrow and read ebooks and audiobooks from your local public library for FREE!

Public radio programming for United States audiences. NPR is an independent, nonprofit media organization that was founded on a mission to create a more informed public. Every day, NPR connects with millions of Americans on the air, online, and in person to explore the news, ideas, and what it means to be human. Through its network of member stations, NPR makes local stories national, national stories local, and global stories personal. Get up to date news information and 24 hour NPR Program streaming. 

CreativeBug

Enjoy award-winning HD instructional videos on drawing, painting, sewing, knitting, crochet, quilting, jewelry making, baking, crafts for kids, and more.

Start searching billions of records and discover your family's story.  

(this link only works if you are inside the library; ask librarian if you need help)

Many of you have heard of Netflix and Amazon Instant Video streaming services where viewers subscribe to watch movies, TV series, documentaries, etc. on demand over an Internet connection. Netflix and Amazon Instant Video do not sell subscriptions for libraries; fortunately, Kanopy does. Titles on Kanopy include classic cinema and the kind of films which you would find at film festivals around the world

Included with your Kanopy account, you have access to Kanopy Kids: thoughtful entertainment for children aged preschool and up. Titles within Kanopy Kids are rated by age of the viewer and the Kanopy apps have a “Kids” mode which restricts access to “kid-freindly” content.

Kanopy works like this: Each Kanopy account is given a certain number of credits at the beginning of the month. Each title within the Kanopy collection costs one of those credits.  Each credit entitles you to watch a single title as many times as you want within a three-day period without using your other credits.

Mango is the award-winning language learning resource for individuals and organizations around the world. The only single solution that combines quality content, intelligent technology, and an adaptive algorithm that delivers practical phrases from real situations. This is language learning centered around you.

Trustworthy and easy to read health information (includes illustrations, videos, and animations).

LawDepot for Libraries empowers each patron to create their own personalized legal documents specific to their state/province and personal situation.

  • Individual and Personalized — create, modify, and save hundreds of every-day personal and business legal documents.

  • Easy Patron Set Up and Use — question and answer method to enter vital information once – and then LawDepot builds the form needed and puts patron-entered information into the proper locations within the document to eliminate redundant entry, keying errors, and form-confusion.

  • State/Province Specific — each form is built to state/provincial standards to assure you get the form ready for notary, filing and other local transactions.

  • Help for Patrons and Library Staff — technical support is available and included in the subscription – and patrons have additional options for preliminary legal help with forms completion.