Quick Access to California K-12 Online Content
If you are a California student or educator who needs access to content right away, go to Quick Access to CA K-12 Online Content During Covid-19 Crisis.
From the CA State Library website:
“ProQuest research databases, the TeachingBooks literacy service and online content from Encyclopaedia Britannica are available to every Californian from this website until August to support educator training and planning.
Information and materials from ProQuest, TeachingBooks and Britannica are normally available to public school students through their local districts. If you are a district or charter administrator looking to set up access for your students, see the main K-12 Online Content page, for instructions, or email Marybeth.firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact information for ProQuest, TeachingBooks and Britannica is listed below.
If you are a California student or educator who needs access to content right away, just click on the buttons below to access these resources.
Note: Open access to these resources is available only through this specific webpage but you’re welcome to share the web address with anyone in California, or copy www.library.ca.gov/k12-covid-19/”