The library subscribes to many electronic resources to help the students learn. These databases can be used to find full-text articles, quick facts, pictures, and much more.

Brain -Pop: https://esl.brainpop.com/

BrainPOP ESL is a comprehensive English language learning program that uses highly engaging animated movies to model conversational English while seamlessly introducing grammar concepts and vocabulary words. The movies are leveled, with each new movie and associated features building upon earlier ones, thereby reinforcing vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, reading comprehension, and writing skills. The building block structure enables students to master the language in a step-by-step process, giving them the confidence they need to read, write, and speak English.

Little fox: https://www.littlefox.com/

Each story comes with its own printable book and downloadable MP3, and we continually add content to our site by publishing a new story each day, from Monday to Friday. The Little Fox site currently features about 3,400 animated stories, 300 animated songs, and 200 educational games.

International Children’s digital Library: http://en.childrenslibrary.org/

 The International Children's Digital Library Foundation (ICDL) is a free online library of digitized children's books in 59 languages[1] from various countries. Designed specifically for use by children ages 3 to 13, the Library is housed by the International Children's Digital Library Foundation and was originally developed in the College of Information Studies and the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Children can search for books by country, language, length, intended age group, content type, and emotional quality, among other qualifiers. An advanced search option is also provided for more experienced or older users, and all users can register to save search preferences and favorite books.

Books are selected based on quality and appropriateness and are presented in their original language with copyright permission from publishers or authors. The Library's ultimate goal is to foster a love of reading, a readiness to learn, and a response to the challenges of world literacy.

Source: Wikipedia