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Drive by Book Pickup
If you would like to check out a book from the LRC, whether you know the title or need help picking something out, please fill out this form. A library staff member will contact you with assistance and to arrange drive by pickup.
WEGO HotSpot Program
We have Hotspots available for students who do not have home internet access. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to get a hotspot.
If you qualify for free/reduced lunch, you may also be eligible for reduced cost internet at home through the Internet Essentials program.
Drive up internet access is available at a number of locations including West Chicago Public Library. Details can be found here.
EBooks and Audiobooks
You can access ebooks and audiobooks on your Chromebook or other device. Through the Sora App.
Login with your student Google email address.
Home access is available for all of our subscription databases, but you will need login ids and passwords. You must be logged in with your D94 account in order to access the password list. If you need more specific help, please click on the Librarian Research Help button and one of the librarians will help you within 24 hours.
Perfect tool for organizing your research paper. Citations, note cards and outlining functions to keep you organized and on track. Login through your Google account.
Noodle Tools Help
Homework Help, Tutorials and Enrichment
Below are links to some support and other sites to help with homework or otherwise keep you learning.
Tutorials and help in math, science SAT, AP and more.
Youtube channel with short videos on almost every topic including, engineering, math, science, theater, literature, study skills...
Virtual field trips to thousands of museums and cultures.
Tools and tutorials to learn web design, programming and data science. Login with Google
Explore possible careers with experts in the field. Video library of professionals explaining and demonstrating their careers.
Youtube channel of videos and playlists on interesting and quirky topics for the curious. Includes riddles, how things work, coding, myths, books, media, nature... Also, check out the TedEd website for associated articles and discussion topics. Fun for the whole family.