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MARIPOSA – The Mariposa County Library offers a variety of online resources that you can access from within the library or from the comfort of home. These resources are completely free to access and use and are full of helpful information and programs.

Row of library booksIf you are home schooling or have students the library offers Encyclopedia Britannica which is a comprehensive interactive resource for research and learning for grades preK-12. It includes correlations to California Content Standards and other valuable resources from students, teachers, and parents.

The library also offers access to TeachingBooks, a database for children’s and young adult books.

Gale databases provide learners with powerful search tools to narrow results and deliver the reliable, timely content they need to be successful researchers. Gale in Context (Student Resources) covers a range of the most-studied topics including cultures, government, people, U.S. and world history, literature, and many more while CultureGrams is a leading reference for concise, reliable, and up-to-date cultural information on countries across the globe.

You can read interviews from people just like you who live in other countries, learn about the history, culture, celebrations and more about different countries. If you are getting ready to go to college, they offer many resources for college preparedness, studying tools and more on our teens page.

Job Now offers many resources for job seekers including resume help, interview prep, career planning and more while LinkedIn Jobs is a great resource for searching for job opportunities.

The Chilton Library has maintenance and repair information for vehicles and has ASE test prep quizzes.

There are many more resources available in a variety of subjects on our webpage. You can view them at www.mariposalibrary.org/resources

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the library at (209)966-2140


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