“In learning you will teach, and in teaching you will learn.” –
THE LIBRARY IS THE PLACE
Welcome to the Library, Spokane Public Schools staff! By logging in with your school credentials, you have access to all of Spokane Public Library’s online and physical information.
If you’re a teacher in the region, outside of Spokane Public Schools, you’re eligible for the perks of a teacher library card. Browse the resources available for your students below.
PARTNERS FOR SUCCESS
Hillyard Library is located inside the Shaw Middle School campus, Spokane Virtual Learning has offices at The Hive and Shadle Park, and a state-of-the art Teacher Training Facility and event space is available at The Hive. No matter your role, the Library and Spokane Public Schools make a great team.
After passing a bond in 2018, the Library expanded public meeting room access by more than 470 percent! Need extra space at Shaw Middle School for a special project? Reserve time in the studio. Your students need a place to study after school? All of our locations have private study rooms for anyone to use.
We’re honored to announce our first official art exhibit at Liberty Park Library! Students from middle and high schools around Spokane recently submitted pieces of
OVERDRIVE/LIBBY: EBOOKS & AUDIOBOOKS
Read digital versions of your favorite kids and teen magazines for free! Chess for Beginners, Playstation, Popular Mechanics, TIME for Kids – you name it, your favorite titles are available.
Share 8 free films with your class per month. Classic films, indie classics, documentaries, world cinema, and more. There is something for everyone.
Download five free songs a week with millions of songs to choose from. Get the Freegal app to find all your songs in one place.
Free online tutoring for all ages. Get help with homework, submit a question, interact with a live tutor, form online study groups, practice standardized tests, send papers to the writing lab and more.
This full-text database is a dedicated resource covering the culture, traditions, social treatment and lived experiences of different ethnic groups in America.
International viewpoints on a broad spectrum of global issues, topics, and current events.
Articles, images, videos, and experiments on a variety of scientific topics.
Primary literary sources, critical articles, literary and cultural analysis, and biographies of world writers from all time periods.
Find job search and workplace skills improvement; reading, writing, math, and basic science skill building; career certification and license exam prep; high school equivalency, college, and grad school entrance test prep.
Choose from thousands of online courses to learn in-demand skills from real-world industry experts. Get started for free with your library card.
Learn digital literacy skills to navigate the internet and computer tech with ease.
Find fiction and nonfiction books and audiobooks by title, plot, keyword, or author, including “best of” lists, similar authors, and book discussion guides.
Explore cultural and geographic fact sheets on countries, states, and Canadian provinces.
An easy-to-search magazine and newspaper database for students, with images, audiovisual materials, and television news transcripts
Discover digital versions Spokane’s historic newspapers, including The Spokesman-Review from 1883 to 2009, and the Spokane Chronicle from 1890 to 1992.
A curated collection of full-text journals and popular magazines on a wide range of global historical topics and themes..
Texts and information students need for advancing their study of English literature.
Search magazines and newspapers for information on current events, education, arts, and social sciences, including full-text articles from the Spokesman Review since 1994.
Designed to give you introductory information on topics that may be important to teens, covering health, finance, and personal growth as well as links to support groups, hotlines, and more.