Online Learning Resources
Amazing Educational Resources
- A search engine that contains educational resources for Pre-Kindergarten to 12 graders, post-secondary and adult learning.
California Autism Professional Training and Information Network-CAPTAIN
- Resources to Support School Closures/Distance Learning for Students with Autism
Creative Curriculum Learning Games
- Support for Children Birth to 5 (Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers with disabilities). Activities are in English & Spanish!
- Interested in learning how to set up your computer, open an email account or navigate the internet? The resources below show you the essentials!
- Check out these educational resources for children learners to adult learners, and everyone in between.
- Free virtual tutoring! Your child will benefit from the personalized help from some of the brightest university students in the country in following subjects: Math, Science, Reading/Writing, Coding.
- Live online classes for ages 4-18. Khan Academy is a free resource for students, teachers, and parents. We offer exercises, quizzes, and tests so students can practice and master skills and instructional videos to help students learn or review material.
Khan Academy Kids
- Inspire a lifetime of learning and discovery with our free, fun educational program for children ages two to seven. In addition to building early literacy, reading, writing, language, and math skills, the app encourages creativity and builds social-emotional skills. It is 100% free, with no ads and no in-app purchases.
Los Angeles County Public Library
- Sign up for a temporary digital card (valid for 90 days). Read eBooks and listen to audiobooks on OverDrive or Libby. Stream movies and TV shows on Kanopy and Hoopla. Check out digital magazines via RBdigital. Stream music on Freegal. If you’re a parent or caregiver, sign up for ReadyRosie to get texts or emails with ideas for family engagement tips and early learning opportunities, or check out our TumbleBook Library, an online collection of animated and talking picture books. Kids and learners of all ages can get one-on-one homework help and tutoring from 1 – 10 pm every day on Brainfuse, plus lots of other resources for school and career that are available at all hours.
Los Angeles County – Internet Locator
- The new Internet Locator website (findwifi.lacounty.gov) is part of a larger mission to expand digital connectivity, literacy, and access across LA County. When users enter a street address into the Internet Locator, the map returns the following information:-The appropriate school district and district website, with any available information about Internet access for students.-The street address, phone number, and website for any County Library within three miles that provides free public WiFi.
Los Angeles County Public Library – Laptop & Hotspot Loans
- Do you know anyone without internet or a computer at home who would benefit from borrowing them—to apply for jobs, access homeschooling resources, or simply stay connected to information? You can now check out a kit with a Chromebook and wireless hotspot to access the internet (plus chargers) inside a handy carrying case, from the select locations below. Borrow for 3 weeks, with the option to renew, if available.
Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs
- The Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs has developed a list of resources to provide opportunities for art instruction, art experiences, and creative pursuits during this period of physical distancing. In this list, you will find arts and educational resources for kids and teens, virtual art experiences, professional resources for artists, mental health resources, and contact information for crucial local, state, national, and international agencies.
Los Angeles Public Library
- The Los Angeles Public Library circulates a variety of technology items as part of its Tech2go program. The items are available to take home or utilize within the library and include laptops, iPads, and mobile hotspots.The Tech2go program was designed to reach users that lack access to technology and internet. As part of our strategic goals to cultivate and inspire young readers and champion literacy and lifelong learning, some of these devices come preloaded with apps that promote education and literacy, creativity and technology.Patrons will be able to borrow these devices for three weeks and must sign a Mobile Device User Agreement before checking them out. Participating locations vary depending on the device, please click on each of the program descriptions for locations.
National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS)
- Provides an educational resource page with tips, ideas, and fact sheets to support students
The New York Times
- Coronavirus Resources: Teaching, Learning and Thinking Critically. “A page we will continue to update with ideas for working, at school or at home, with content from The Times and other reliable sources about this global pandemic.”
- TASK CA created an online learning/ technology resource list for parents and professionals that are FREE.
- Provides a list of websites for in-home learning that covers: art, dance and movement, education, music, outdoors and animals, reading, sports games and documentaries to watch, technology and theatre.
- COVID-19 Resources for Parents and Teachers (English Guide, Spanish Guide, Korean Guide)
- We’ve created this COVID-19 resource to help people who learn and think differently thrive at home, at school, and at work. We’ll be providing updates on issues that impact learning, special education, talking with kids, and working from home. So keep checking back.