The Romeo District Library is happy to announce that we are now offering online tutoring to residents. All you need is your library card to get started. You can use the service on your desktop, tablet, or phone. Subjects covered by the service include: Math, English (and ESL), Science, Writing, Social Studies, Spanish, Test Prep, Job Search, and Resume Help.
Need to do research for school? The Michigan eLibrary or MeL offers an extensive array of academic databases with scholarly articles that are perfect for school assignments. And if there’s a book you can’t find within the Suburban Library Cooperative you can see if it’s in the statewide catalog and put a hold on it!
Want to learn a new language? Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations and communication in over 70 world languages. All you need is your library card to get started!
Libby is your source for eBooks and audiobooks from the library. You can use this app on your phone or tablet. To download the app go to the App Store or Google Play. Or you can use OverDrive as well on your computer.
Hoopla offers a variety of digital media for checkout: audiobooks, eBooks, comics, TV shows, music, and movies. Just download the app to your phone, table, or smart TV. There are no wait lists and you can borrow up to 25 items every month!
Creativebug offers unlimited access to over 1,000 online art and crafts classes taught by artists and creative experts, with more being added monthly. Patrons will have access to a personalized landing page where they can save favorite classes and receive personalized recommendations. CreativeBug is easy to use, with features like chapter divisions, note-taking tools, 20 second rewind, and more. Courses also include downloadable patterns, templates, and recipes.