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What Can I do at Home – Online Resource Suggestions


compiled by Roberta Rosenberg - Destination Accessible US, Inc.

Note: This list is a result of my research. It is by no means complete. I have visited many of the sites listed. Others were recommended to me. It is my hope that it is helpful to you. I apologize in advance if any of the resources listed are not what I thought them to be. - access to 1,5000,000 books - over 30 million books scanned by Google - answers to any "How do I...question." - tours, classes, travel experiences online

Facebook Live - many different things (ex: cooking classes) - TED Talks, almost any subject you can think of - a wealth of information - online tech skills taught in interactive sessions - Kennedy Center at Home (the arts) - The Metropolitan Opera - Carnegie Hall - Metropolitan Museum of Art (Art at Home) - 12 world class museums you can visit online - section about best things to do at home each week

www.the - news, sports, opinion - access to some articles at no cost - news of the art world - visit NYC online - online multiplayer games - - popular free games for one or two - thousands of free crosswords - lots of fun things that weren't free before Covid - quarantine & learn - 11 fun online courses for you - one player games - different story theme each week - 100,000 starts takes you through
an interactive tour of the galaxy - high-tech stories without "stuffy language" - tons of things are space - virtual, live, interactive, etc. - 360 degree tours of Disney Parks and others - offers virtual tours and
commentaries from over
230 museums in 40 countries.
There are also 11 tours of theater
stages around the world.

Google Street View - allows you to feel like you are walking down a
street or road

You Tube - upload, view and comment on videos

Universal Class - check to see if your library subscribes -
allows you to take courses at your own pace while
interacting with a live instructor

The following is just a partial list of museums offering virtual tours:
British Museum, London
Guggenheim, NY
Musee d'Orsay, Paris
MASP, San Paolo
American Museum of Natural History
National Museum of Anthropology, Mexico City
Pergamo Museum, Berlin
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Uffizi Gallery, Florence, Italy

Zoos and Aquariums "live stream" Some of the best rated are:
Monterey Bay Aquarium
San Diego Zoo
Aquarium of the Pacific
Georgia Aquarium
Smithsonian National Zoo
Bronx Zoo
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
Atlanta Zoo
Houston Zoo
Cincinnati Zoo (Home Safari)

Many colleges offer free, online classes - even Harvard and Yale!

Online games, either solo or with friends (or you can play with others
you do not now) Ex: Words with Friends


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