September is Library Card-Sign Up Month! While Brookens Library has many many ebooks and movies you can borrow, you can have even more popular titles to choose from by signing up for a library card with your local public library.
If you live on campus or are a resident of Springfield, you can apply for a free public library card. The Lincoln Library now offers an eCard that you can apply for online and they will then mail to you. Apply for your eCard now.
An eCard from the Lincoln Library gives you access to the below and more:
Hoopla: watch movies, listen to music albums or eAudiobooks, and read eBooks or comics
Libby: check out eBooks and eAudiobooks to your phone or tablet
RB Digital: check out magazines to your phone or tablet
Rosetta Stone: learn a language
Kanopy: watch independent films, documentaries, the Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, and more
September is library card sign-up month and it’s INCREDIBLE!
Your i-card is your library card and that means if you have your i-card you are signed up. If you don’t have your i-card please stop by or contact the i-card office.
With your library card you have access to games, technology, and home and kitchen supplies through the Library of Things – as well as 1000s of ebooks and eAudiobooks through CloudLibrary.
Lincoln Library, Springfield’s public library, was on campus issuing library cards to our community members at the Involvement Expo on Wednesday, August 29, 2018. It was a great opportunity for students to get acquainted with the additional resources and services available to them through the Lincoln Library.
Here’s information on how you can sign-up for a Lincoln Library eCard. An eCard will be mailed to you and gives you access to Lincoln Library’s electronic resources. You can convert your eCard to a full access card by bringing your eCard and photo ID to Lincoln Library.