• Your guide to reading happiness.

    Brought to you by your local library, and built with 💕 by OverDrive.
    Warm, personal, and easy to use, Libby is great for users of all ages.

    The free Libby app is the easiest way to get started with digital books, audiobooks, and magazines from your public library. Libby is available for Android, iOS, and in your browser at libbyapp.com.


    • If you have a device that's not compatible with Libby, you can use the OverDrive app to borrow and enjoy digital titles instead.
    • If you belong to a school, you may be able to use our new Sora app to borrow ebooks and audiobooks instead.

    See Libby in action

    Get started with Libby

    STEP 1

    Install the Libby app from your device's app store.

    Or, visit libbyapp.com in your Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge browser.

    STEP 2

    In Libby, follow the prompts to find your library and sign in with a valid library card.

    STEP 3

    Browse your library's collection and borrow a title.

    Getting started with Libby
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  • Irresistible games about everything News Literacy!

    Fact Checking, bias, mis- and disinformation. make decisions in a newsroom, fact-check and verify breaking news, and even delve into the dark world of media manipulators.


    • Bad News: Modern, minimalist fake news game has players be the villains.
    • BBC iReporter: Spot real stories, dodge fake news in cheeky media literacy sim.
    • Informable: Spot fake news, sharpen media literacy skills with speedy quizzes.
    • Newsfeed Defenders: Social media simulation builds news literacy skills.
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  • The mission of the Jefferson High School Library is to inspire life-long learning and discovery, by providing programs that will promote a global 21st Century world view that supports literacy, while offering a welcoming place for all to gather and share experiences.

    The Jefferson Library strives to:

    • develop and maintain a diverse collection of materials in various media to support the curricular and personal needs of students and staff.
    • develop users who are information and technology literate, who are independent learners, effective users of information, and who exhibit social responsibility.
    • maintain a facility that is conducive to both formal and informal learning.



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