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Read Watch Learn includes links to ebooks, databases, encyclopedias and tools that may be useful for Kindergarten to Grade 12 student use. These resources have been assessed for curriculum relevancy and the TDSB has established licenses or agreements governing use. Educators and families are reminded that they are responsible for previewing texts and media in their entirety when making selections for learning. Students may need guidance to select the resources that best meet their learning needs.

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TumbleBook Library
Tumble Math
Capstone Interactive eBooks
Big Timber Media
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NoveList Plus
NoveList K-8
NoveList Plus
Destiny Discover eBooks
Teen Book Cloud

Learn K-12

Britannica School
Britannica ImageQuest
PebbleGo
PebbleGo Next
CultureGrams
Gale in Context: Elementary
Canadian Encyclopedia
Explora
Canadian Reference Centre

 

Learn 7-12

Global Issues in Context
Teen Health & Wellness: Real Life, Real Answers
Gale eBooks
Explora
Advanced Placement Source
Canadian Points of View
History Referece
Science Reference
Literary Reference
Canadian Literary Centre
Jobs people do
Canadian Cloud Library

Watch & Listen

Curio.ca
Learn 360
NFB / ONF
TVO in the Classroom

Make & Do

Adobe Spark
my blueprint
Scratch
Knowledgehook
Gizmos
     
Brainingcamp
TVO mPower
TVO Mathify
Mindomo
Flipgrid
Desmos
GeoGebra
Edwin
trial ends July 30/22
 
Individual accounts are required for Make & Do resources. Please see your teacher or teacher-librarian for details.

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Academic OneFile
Canadian Business
Biography in Context
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These resources are highlighted for curriculum relevancy. Find more Toronto Public Library resources at: torontopubliclibrary.ca/databases
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