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Use the Library – 24/7!

Your library card gets you access to more than the hundreds of books and movies at our physical branches! Our “digital branch” lets you get all these great features with just your library card or a free online account!


Have an e-reader? Check out Overdrive, a library service that lets you check out free ebooks and audiobooks – just like a paper copy!

Project Gutenberg offers over 40,000 free ebooks! You don’t even need a library card for this one!

Archive.org allows you to search for many kinds of information. The text search specifically lets you find many classic titles on this website as well as tons of other documents!

ManyBooks.net gives you access to over 29,000 free ebooks for Kindle, Nook, iPad, and many other e-reader formats.

OpenLibrary’s mission is to provide a webpage for every book ever written. They have over 1,000,000 free ebooks available.


Open Culture offers everything from free textbooks to free John Wayne movies. Check out their archives if you are looking for free online courses, movies, certification courses, language lessons, and more!

GCF Learn Free offers free online courses with over 750 free lessons, including classes on Computers, Reading, and Math.

Udacity provides free online courses in a number of subjects, ranging from computer science to startup management.

Khan Academy lets you learn about almost anything, for free. They have over 3,600 videos and allows you to keep track of your stats and lessons.


ccMixter lets you download free, creative commons music.


Check out our Reference Search to get a general start on research.

Check out our databases for a more in-depth search.

Our obituary tool is a great service for people looking to do genealogy research.