Thursday, April 2, 2020 - 11:00am

There are many ways to access library resources and services at home, including our wide selection of books, audiobooks, entertainment, and research tools.  In addition, we recently started offering virtual programming. If you need a temporary library card, you can fill out this form to get one by email.

Let us help

Attend a Virtual Program

  • Reserve a spot for our virtual library programs. We will continue to add more programs, so check back often. 

Stream or Download our Digital Collections

Books, audiobooks, magazines & comics

TV & movies

  • Hoopla: digital TV, movies, music, eBooks, and comics 
  • Kanopy: over 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, film festival favorites, indie, classic films, and world cinema. 
  • Kanopy Kids: unlimited streaming of movies and TV for younger viewers. 

Music

  • Hoopla: Over 30,000 albums including chart-toppers, Broadway musicals, hard rock/metal, hip-hop/rap, folk, Latin, country, and more.
  • Naxos Music Library: Classical, world, and jazz music. 

Learn Something New

Learn a new skill

  • Lynda.com: Expert software video tutorial classes divided into short segments 
  • Gale Courses: Interactive, instructor-led online courses that run for six weeks. New sessions begin every month. Classes include Accounting Fundamentals, Microsoft Office, Health Care, and more. 
  • BrainHQ: Train your brain with these fun and challenging brain exercises created by neuroscientists. You can play BrainHQ games on your computer, or you can download the app and play on your mobile device. 
  • Mango Languages: Master a new language through courses crafted using conversational methodology. 70 world languages and dialects to choose from. 
  • CreativeBug: Choose from over 1,000 online art and craft classes with expert step-by-step instructions. 

Get into research

Get live homework help and tutoring (All Ages)

Make math & reading fun

  • TumbleBooks: Animated, talking picture books with fiction, non-fiction and world language titles, read-alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation). eBooks and eAudiobooks that you can view online or download for 90 days. 
  • TumbleMath: Math books, quizzes, and lesson plans, all in the TumbleBook format complete with animation and narration.

Staff-Suggested Online Resources

In addition to library resources, our staff compiled a list of some of their favorite online resources for learning, entertainment, and more.