The entire world is under a lockdown with the havoc created by Covid-19. Why not take this opportunity to do something substantial and useful? Make the time you have at hand meaningful by indulging in any of these free resources that are available online at the click of a button for everyone.
There are now four online resources for free:
1) Amazon Books are open for free;
2) 17 virtual museums in Europe have free online virtual visits;
3) Cambridge Books in the UK offer 700 books for free reading;
4) Broadway in the United States offers free online operas.
Amazon Global Audiobooks are free:
Audible Stories is available for children who are temporarily unable to go to school around the world. Listen to all audiobooks for free, with content ranging from preschool to classic literature, no download of apps, no login required, no ads, with languages like English/German/French/Italian/Japanese.
Free online virtual visit to 17 museums in Europe:
As the coronavirus pandemic continues and museums are shut across the world, here’s how you can take an online virtual visit to 17 museums across Europe.
Cambridge Books offers 700 free books:
In response to the epidemic, Cambridge Publishing, UK, offers 700 online reading editions of their books. The free reading period is until the end of May, and includes some Christian and theological works.
Online Broadway Musical, all FREE:
What can be better than watching a Broadway musical and that too for free. With the Broadway in the United States offering free online operas, you can now watch it from the safe confines of your home for a limited period of time. Music lovers can rejoice as theatre-streaming service BroadwayHD is offering a seven-day free trial, so you can now watch performances from Broadway, the West End and other elite performance venues around the world from anywhere in your house. Some of the popular shows include The Sound of Music, Cats, The King and I. You can also watch ballets, other plays and performances and also play online, all for free.