e-Books and Digital Resources
eBooks and Digital Resources via Schoology Apps
All students have access to Sora by OverDrive via your Schoology App center. Watch this video to learn how to access Sora by OverDrive. You may add your LAPL library card and your LA County library card if you have one as well.
Visit Teaching Books for author interviews, meet the author recordings, reading guides and more.
My On is a digital collection of books provided by Renaissance Learning. Watch this video to learn how to access My On.
Learning Ally offers audiobooks to high school special education students. Ask your resource teacher to add the app to your course.
eBooks and Digital Resources via LAPL Student Success Cards
Use your Los Angeles Public Library Student Success Card number and Pin to access the latest digital content in young adult literature. Audiobooks, ebooks, movies and more! Click here to access Hoopla. Watch this video on how to set up your Hoopla account.
Libby is a wonderful eBook and audiobook app. You must download the app to your phone in order to access Libby. Enter your LAPL card number and add your library (Los Angeles Public Library). Watch this video to learn more.
eBooks and Digital Resources via Apps, See Mrs. Cedillo for Login
Open eBooks has a wonderfully large collection of ebooks for students to borrow. Check out the YA titles here. Message Mrs. Cedillo for your personal student access code and pin.
How to: Download the Open eBooks App on your device. Enter your code and pin. You may download 10 ebooks at a time for 56 days from the checkout date. You can renew the books if you need more time.
Click here for login page. Username is kennedycougar. Password is library.
eBooks and Digital Resources via Public Internet
Read or download Shakespeare's plays or sonnets via Folger Shakespeare Library. You may download it to PDF or other formats.
Visit Project Gutenberg to access ebooks that are part of public domain.
Read free digital books via Open Library