Students in the Sacramento City Unified School District can now use their student ID to access Sacramento Public Library’s full online services — including e-books, resources for standardized tests, and free online homework help.
Thanks to a partnership between the district and the Library, more than 40,000 students are now able to:
- Borrow up to 20 e-books or audiobooks at a time;
- Receive free online homework help in English and Spanish seven days a week;
- Learn and practice over 70 world languages;
- Find practice tests, courses and e-books for the SAT, ACT, ASVAB and other major tests;
- Access e-books, newspapers, magazines and primary sources with no wait.
By providing students access to the Library’s full assortment of instant and easily-accessible online services, the Library hopes to increase access to quality educational resources.
“Our students all deserve access to resources that can support their academic goals,” said Amanda Foulk, the Library’s K-12 specialist. “This partnership creates the opportunity for every student, regardless of personal circumstance, to access public library resources to learn and grow.”
Any students may upgrade a student card to a full Library card account free at any Library branch.
For more information, visit www.saclibrary.org/studentsuccess