Explore the Library's wide array of resources to support New York's educators, whether they’re teaching online, looking for materials to support their curriculum, or connecting students with engaging learning aids.
Research Tools for Homework & ProjectsYour library card is your key to our extensive resources which are accessible for both educators and students engaging in distance learning due to school closures.
Helpful Aids from Educational OrganizationsFind additional study tools, activities, and more through partner organizations and other external sites.
Bringing the Power of the Library to SchoolsGain access to millions of free resources, enhanced library privileges, as well as professional development through MyLibraryNYC.
More Access, More TimeFind out about our enhanced Library privileges, such as the ability to borrow as many as 100 books at a time.
Library for the Performing Arts
Discover the ArtsVisit with your class to learn about the arts through the Library's collections and exhibitions, plus discover programs and seminars for teachers.
Explore Black HistoryDelve into the Library's collections at the Schomburg along with hundreds of teachers and professors for annual workshops and seminars about black history.
The Cullman Center Institute for Teachers
Enrich Your EducationEngage in the Library's world-class spring and summer seminars to deepen your understanding of the humanities and research.
Digital CollectionsDiscover more resources including hundreds of thousands of items digitized in Library’s digital collections.
The Internet & YouTeach students Grades 1–3 best practices for using the Internet, with the help of PBS characters Ruff Ruffman and Blossom.
Resource PacketsFrom the Middle Ages to the Lower East Side of New York, we've put together teaching guides on a variety of subjects.