See our Research and E-Resources for Teens page to download e-books and audiobooks and access the POWER Teens resource for research and help with schoolwork.
The online resources on this page are have been collected and curated by our staff for teens during this time of reading and learning at home. Find activities to support learning and reading for pleasure. Please continue to check back, as we will update this page as we find new resources.
Library Virtual Content
Check out our YouTube channel! You'll learn how to use some of our online resources and can watch tutorials on craft and science projects. Videos feature library staff members!
The Robot Doctor
The Robot Doctor – Pennsylvania PBS
Looking for at-home learning about robotics? Check out this educational video series that extends robotics and mathematics lessons to high school students.
Wave Learning Festival
Experience out-of-the-box programming and stay engaged and curious by focusing on things you want to learn about. Register for free seminars on a wide range of topics; free tutoring and virtual events are also available.
Girls Exploring Tomorrow's Technology
Every week through the end of the school year, a new video or live stream will be released showcasing successful women from the region’s broad scope of STEM-related industries, as well as hand-on STEM activities designed to help girls discover new ways to connect their passions for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. This is a free video series for girls in grades 5 to 10, but pre-registration is required to receive the weekly video link. Visit their website to learn more and discover how to sign up.
Get free personalized help with what you’re studying or learn something new on a variety of topics, including math, science, engineering, computing, history, grammar, economics, and test prep.
A website devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos, and forums. Read others’ work and submit your own.
Mind-Benders for the Quarantined
Sign up to receive a challenging weekly math puzzle via email from the National Museum of Mathematics.
The "Life in the Middle Ages" resource allows you to see some of the collection virtually, find discussion questions, and get activities to try.
We Are YA Podcast
Listen to your favorite YA authors! New episodes daily as the show checks in with different authors during the quarantine.
For the book lovers: get recommendations, watch book trailer videos, explore writing tips, and see DIY suggestions for book-related crafts and activities.