Activities for Self-Quarantine

This page will provide you with a number of services and activities you can use to spend your time while in self-quarantine.

Some services will require an RCLS Library card. Have fun, learn something, and stay safe!

Links to Self-Quarantine Content

Several individuals and institutions are providing free resources in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. Here are several links to sites providing free activities that both you and your children can enjoy while at home!

(Last Updated 2/13/2021)

Children's Activities

Adult Activities

Library Services

Click the icons to access the links

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    RCLS DATABASE

    Patrons can check your library record, search the catalog, place requests, and find and select digital content.

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    FREEGAL

    Patrons have download and streaming access to music from 30,000 music labels and 100 countries around the world.  

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    HOOPLA

    Patrons have streaming access to thousands of songs, audiobooks, movies, and TV episodes.

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    KANOPY

    Patrons can stream thousands of foreign films, documentaries, and educational videos.

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    NICHE ACADEMY

    Patrons have access to tons of tutorials on different types of technologies and library services!

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    CONSUMER REPORTS

    Patrons browse all of the reviews on electronics, appliances, cars and more.

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    ROSETTA STONE

    Patrons can access the Rosetta Stone language-learning tools for free.

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    LIVE LENGUA

    Patrons can access the Live Lengua language-learning tools for free as well.

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    LIBRIVOX

    LibriVox provides free public domain audiobooks recorded by several volunteers.

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    ARCHIVE.ORG

    The Internet Archive is one of the largest collections of public domain content on the web.

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    OPEN CULTURE

    Open Culture is also dedicated to preserving public domain media to be freely available to all.

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    PROJECT GUTENBURG

    The text of any book or tall tale published before the year 1925 is freely available through Project Gutenburg.

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    LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

    The US Library of Congress has several freely available public domain documents and media.

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    STORYLINE ONLINE

    Have your favorite children's books read aloud through Storyline Online.

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    12 STORY LIBRARY

    12 Story Library is also dedicated to providing read-aloud versions of your favorite children's books.