Tools for you and your students.
As we adjust to being away from our schools and libraries, our librarians and virtual library resources are available.
Book a Virtual Class Visit
- Request a virtual visit
- Discover resources you can recommend to students and parents
- Contact us for reading recommendations
Even though the library is closed, we can still connect with you and your students virtually to recommend books and library resources and share the joy of reading. We’re also available for virtual faculty and department meetings to give a quick overview of library resources. Give us a few details
and we’ll be in touch to set up the details of your visit.
Any student (with parent’s permission) can sign up
for a library card that can access all library digital resources and will not expire for 3 months. Educators and parents/caregivers can also apply for a card.
Student Success Card
For participating school districts, Student ID cards grant students access to online library resources, from ebooks to test preparation. Learn more about the Student Success Card
Visit our homework help
resources page and access tutoring, virtual reference books, test prep and more.
Find something specific with this comprehensive list of all online library resources and databases.
What other resources are available?
Check out our early learning services for additional tools for kids 0-5 and our Homework Help program for access to online tutors and other tools.
What resources does the library have to support parents during distance learning?
Parents can check out our new Parents and Caregivers page for enrichment activities like our Spring into Reading Challenge and resources like live tutoring to assist their student.
My students don’t have books in the home/need more books in their home. Can the library help get books to them?
Yes! The library has expanded limits for ebooks to 60 items per card and any family can get a card or use an existing card (even if it has fines). Tumblebooks and BookFlix offer built-in read-along features for students still learning to read. Presently, library locations are closed so there is no way to distribute physical books. Follow us on Facebook for updates.