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Things to do from home, thanks to your library card

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Some things you can do from home, thanks to your library card!

Download an eBook or eAudiobook through OverDrive
Watch a movie that you streamed through Kanopy or Hoopla
Have a dance party in your living room! Free music (that you never have to “return”) through Hoopla
Learn a new language (& daydream about that trip you’ve always wanted to take) with Pronunciator
Brush up on your skills or learn new ones with Hoonuit or Universal Class. These are online learning platforms, each with over 500 video classes. Hoonuit has tutorials software applications, including Microsoft Word and Excel, Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver, Final Cut Pro, Social Media, WordPress, GoogleDocs and more. Universal Class has a multitude of topics such as accounting, career training, health & medicine, DIY, medical billing, pet care, psychology, real estate, special education, and test preparation, just to name a few.
Get crafty with CreativeBug
Read up on your local history and find out what the “Setauket Spies” did during the American Revolution.
Research that big purchase. Consumer Reports is free with your library card.
Do your taxes. It’s not fun, but it IS productive. Links to tax forms are available right on the library’s website.
Download free digital magazines through Flipster or RB Digital
– Check out a museum from your home! Click here for a handy list of museums with virtual tours.

What to do with the kids?
– Take them on an adventure – learn about science, nature, culture, archaeology, and space through National Geographic Kids.
– Learn a new language through games and stories (they won’t even realize they’re learning!) through Muzzy.
– Check out more than 200 countries and all U.S. states on the CultureGrams Kids Edition. There are maps, videos, photos, interviews, biographies, recipes, flags, graphs, tables, and more!
– Read an eBook. Tumble Books for Kids and Sesame Street eBooks are animated, talking picture book libraries that help kids learn to read and build vocabulary in an interactive format.

For even more resources, click here for a list complied by the Suffolk Cooperative Library System.