Each ASDB campus, Phoenix and Tucson, has a school library providing services for students, staff, teachers, parents, and community members. For ASB students in Tucson there is an extensive large print, audio, and Braille collection. Each campus also serves as a community resource center for information about deafness, deaf education, American Sign Language, and Deaf culture.

Follett Destiny

More K-12 schools and districts use Follett Destiny Library Manager for managing their library resources than any other platform. There’s a reason why: Our solution not only allows librarians and administrators keep thorough, real-time track of a library’s inventory and media assets, but also gives students a fun means of discovery and reading. Destiny Library Manager is a complete library management system that can be accessed from anywhere, 24/7, helping to strengthen the crucial bond between the library, the classroom, and home.

Center for Accessible Technology in Sign

The Center for Accessible Technology in Sign (CATS) is a joint project between the Atlanta Area School for the Deaf and the Georgia Institute of Technology. CATS is dedicated to providing accessibility to learning via sign language. CATS' goal is to enhance language, literacy and general world knowledge for deaf learners, particularly children. CATS has been awarded the American Library Association Grolier Foundation Award, 2004 for its contributions to children's literacy.

Tumble Book Library

School subscribers have access to a rich collection of educational resources such as lesson plans, quizzes, educational games and puzzles related to both math and language skills. School subscriptions also include the FREE Common Core Portals: a K-5 English Common Core Portal and a Math Common Core Portal. These portals have resources aligned to core standards and make integrating TumbleBooks and the Common Core into your classrooms effortless. For those of you not following the Common Core, these portals are also useful since they contain lesson plans and quizzes which help build certain skills, such as vocabulary building or understanding elements of a story.


Click the Read Online button for today's book on the Tumblebook of the Day web page! Check back tomorrow for another new book. Happy Tumbling!

Described and Captioned Media Program

Explore our Web site to learn how we are living our mission to promote and provide equal access to communication and learning for students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind. The DCMP is an idea that works thanks to funding by the U.S. Department of Education and administration by the National Association of the Deaf.

Arizona Daily Star

Arizona Daily Star
4850 S. Park Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85714
Home Delivery Customer Service: 1-800-695-4492
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Accelerated Reader

The most effective reading practice available today Renaissance Accelerated Reader engages K12 students in independent and close reading practice. They complete close reading activities built into nonfiction articles, choose their own independent reading books, and take short reading comprehension quizzes. Students work toward personalized reading goals and grow!


MetaMetrics develops scientific measures of academic achievement and complementary technologies that link assessment results with instruction. Our products and services help learners achieve their goals by providing unique insights about their ability level and potential for growth.

Pima County Public Library

Pima County Public Library
101 N. Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 791-4010 Infoline

Digital Arizona Library

A division of the Arizona Secretary of State, the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records' branches are the Director's Office (Administration), Archives and Records Management, State Library of Arizona, Library Development, Arizona Talking Book Library and the Arizona Capitol Museum.

Great Websites for Kids

Great Websites for Kids is a compilation of exemplary websites geared to children from birth to age 14. Suggested sites are evaluated by the Great Websites for Kids Committee using established selection criteria. The committee is made up of members of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association. Newly evaluated and accepted sites are added to the database three times a year. The committee also reviews all sites within the database twice a year to guarantee sites are still relevant, appropriate and accessible.