PC Library has free online resources
Mike Seals - April 29, 2020 11:22 pm
PONCA CITY LIBRARY’S ONLINE RESOURCES
The library is a member of the Oklahoma Virtual Library Consortium that offers over 50 thousand titles in both readable and audio formats. Bestsellers, old favorites, and emerging authors are available in both fiction and non-fiction for all ages of readers. You can have up to 6 titles at any time, and place holds on titles that are checked out but look interesting. This service is provided at no charge, and accessing the collections is pretty easy to learn.
The library has other great online content: RBDIgital, auto repair manuals, homework resources, Rosetta Stone, and much more. All of this can be found by visiting the City of Ponca City’s webpage at www.poncacityok.gov and going to the Library Department’s information and links page.
Want to get started today? If you already have a card, the library barcode is the card number and the PIN is the last 4 digits of the card number. For an e-card, the easiest way is to email:
[email protected] or [email protected] and then the library will set you up with an
e-card that allows you to have access to online selections. The library will call or email these requests by their preference. We will mail these cards to you or keep on file.
BRITANNICA DIGITAL LEARNING IS OFFERING MORE FREE RESOURCES
Britannica Digital Learning is offering MORE free resources as part of their COVID-19 response. Go to digitalprairieok.net and check out the Temporary Access category on Digital Prairie’s Research and Discovery page to find out how to access free e-books in the following categories:
• Elementary Spanish
• Elementary STEAM
• Elementary ELA
• Middle School Social Studies
• Middle School STEAM
• High School STEM
• High School World History
Access will remain free through June 30, 2020, from any device you choose, both online and offline.
While on the Research and Discovery page, explore all of the other free library and information
resources available to every Oklahoman thanks to ODL’s statewide contract with EBSCO.
While everyone is welcome to access these resources through Digital Prairie, Britannica has given all libraries and schools permission to link to these free e-books on their websites and information portals.
You can even e-mail the link, user name, and password to your patrons and students:
Complete URL: https://ebooks.eb.com
Plus! Britannica has temporarily waived copyright restrictions, so you can print and make copies of the resources for instructional purposes!
For more information, contact: Holly LaBossiere, Library Director, 580-767-0345