TEL4U.org is the Tennessee Electronic Library’s website for Tennessee’s youngest learners. The website has been updated with a new look, new resources and a new computer/coding section. As more students are learning on the go from phones, tablets and computers, this site is easy to use! Whether you are at the library, at school or at home, you can always find great info, fun and games on TEL4U.org.
- Improved design and navigation that works on all devices
- New resources added to each section
- New Coding Club resources to introducing coding and other digital literacy topics
With these updates, TEL4U will continue to provide excellent, educational resources like World Book and Gale in Context: Elementary but there are new resources for learning from great educational institutions like the Smithsonian and even the Old Farmer’s Almanac. We’ve adding a Coding Club section with resources to practice and learn about computers and coding for our youngest students as well as resources for parents and teachers to make learning about internet safety understandable and fun. You’ll find links to other TSLA programs like the Day by Day TN – Family Literacy Calendar and Education Outreach. We’ve also paid special attention to making the site more accessible for learners of all types.