Are you looking for a new hobby or trying to take your current hobby to the next level? The MCCS E-Library is the perfect place to start. There are thousands of offerings for anything you may be interested in for both kids and adults.
If you’re interested in reading more for fun, you can check out thousands of eBooks and audio books from best-selling authors. You will also find digital magazines from over 3,500 magazines to choose from. The MCCS Library Program also offers free access to the Wall Street Journal.
Looking to learn a new language in 2021? Check out the Mango Languages which makes learning a new language exciting. Learn over 70 languages from around the world and immerse yourself in a new culture. You can also check out international movies to help you practice your language studies and learn about the culture behind the language.
For information on hobbies you want to do around the house, there’s the EBSCO Home Improvement Reference Center for “how to” information on maintenance, electrical work, gardening, plumbing, and more. Want to be more creative? The Hobbies and Crafts Reference Center is full of ideas and instruction for collecting, needlepoint, papercrafts, model building, and more. There’s even a large “Kids’ Crafts” section to get your kids engaged.
While many resources are for adults, there is a whole section for kids’ books from Pre-k – 8th grade through the Cricket Media eBook Collection. The books are designed to engage children in a variety of topics and disciplines. There’s also a section on Scholastic books for little ones from science to social studies to history. Learning from home? You can find printable lessons, puzzles and resources that encourage learning and growing for kids of all ages. There’s also a section for test prep for elementary school through college-level academics.
These are just a few of the many things you can discover on the MCCS E-Library network. In order to live your best life, you need to find something you enjoy. For inspiration, visit the MCCS E-Library .
Kanopy, a new DoD funded resource for streaming movies, is now available to all MCCS Library patrons.
From April 8-14, MCCS libraries will observe National Library Week through a variety of activities and promotions.
Do you have what it takes to be an innovator? The Makerspace equipment available at MCCS Libraries can help you bring your concepts to life.