Explore the Bibliolabs/CALIFA collection of ebooks, free to anyone in California.
Hoopla lets you browse more than 100,000 ebooks and check out a few each month using your LA Public Library or LA County Library card.
OverDrive is available via LA Public Library and offers ebooks and audiobooks for free. The collection is also accessible via the Libby app for mobile devices.
Project Gutenberg hosts digital versions of thousands of books in the public domain in various formats.
Los Angeles Public Library - offering e-books, streaming audio and video, comics and graphic novels, music, language learning and other educational tools to the public. Don't have an LAPL card? Anyone who lives in LA County can apply for an e-card for instant access to their online collections.
The LA County Library is also offering digital access to their collections - fill out their Application Form to get a library card number and PIN you can use to access their online learning and entertainment resources.
OpenLibrary.org - brought to you by the Internet Archive. It's a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
DPLA - the Digital Public Library of America - offers more than 37 million documents, videos, images, and sounds connected to the history of the United States. Great for research projects or just for your own curiosity, this collection is always expanding.
Coursera offers courses, certificates, and degrees online from world-class universities and companies, for free.
edX is partnered with 140 Universities and offers free classes and certificates of completion.