Library Online Catalog
As an AOPLD patron, you can use our online catalog, called SHARE, to find and request books both locally and around our entire library system.
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Library on the Go (Overdrive)
As an AOPLD patron, you automatically have access to Library on the Go, which is powered by a company called Overdrive. If you want to learn how to use it, have a look at our Overdrive help page.
As an AOPLD patron, you automatically have access to the Cloud Library which is available through our online catalog and the Cloud Library app for your smart device. Click here for instructions on how to use this service!
AOPLD Writing Center Resources
Richland College has compiled in their writing center a similar list of grammatical and citation resources specific to their college.
Purdue’s Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL) houses writing resources and instructional material.
Guidelines for writing a strong five paragraph essay from Jackson Community College.
Hamilton College’s guide on writing a persuasive essay.
A practical guide to passing and reframing what it takes to be successful in English 101.
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WeAreTeachers celebrates educators with classroom ideas, “helpline” advice, inspiration and laughs every day.
Distance learning resources from PBS.
OER Commons is a freely accessible online library that allows teachers and others to search and discover open educational resources and other freely available instructional materials.
Resources focused on Penguin Books from the company itself.