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Most of our resources require a library card. If you need one, you can use this form to apply for one. Please allow our library staff time to process your application.
Anyone who lives in the state of Pennsylvania can obtain a Free Library of Philadelphia card without charge. Click on the link below to begin the process. You will have instant access to their online resources, including ebooks, eaudio, digital magazines, streaming movies and music, online learning, and more. Their ebooks, etc. use the same platform as ours, but they do have a much larger selection. Give it a try; it’s free!
You can access all of our digital resources from this link. This includes Encyclopedias, Online Training Courses, and other digital collections. A selection of some of these resources are featured below.
Print out a bingo card and play along at home!
Access to this resource has been temporarily expanded to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry.
To access Ancestry, you will need to log into your patron account information page on our online catalog. Please follow this link and use your library card to log in.
Schools and libraries are navigating unchartered territory right now, and we want to help our customers any way we can.
One thing we can do is make sure that no child will be without access to books while schools and libraries are closed to the public. We are giving FREE access to all of our eBooks and databases through June, 2020.
We want to make sure every student gets free and unrestricted access to thousands of eBooks from their homes.
Taking a college entrance or licensing exam? Looking for a college or graduate school? Need help finding scholarships? Use this database to search thousands of college and graduate school entries. Identify scholarships that meet their financial needs. Take on-line practice tests and use test prep eBooks to obtain your education goals.
The POWER Library is offered as a service of Pennsylvania’s public libraries, school libraries and the State Library.
The POWER library allows you to access thousands of full text periodical articles, newspapers, a major encyclopedia, plus photographs, pictures, charts, maps, reference materials for young people and more. You will find materials of interest in most subject areas for all age groups from young children to adults.
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