What can you do with YOUR library card?
Libraries support lifelong learning, K-12 education, distance learning, workforce skills, and much more. High speed internet access at libraries and in their parking lots have kept Georgians connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, and libraries have stepped up to provide virtual programming and more. Here are a few other benefits of your library card.
Library cards are for kids.
Use your library card and PIN to freely access eRead Kids, with audio and ebooks for children in pre-k through 4th grade.
Study online math and reading skills for grade 4 through college through Learning Express. Go to GALILEO and enter your public library system password. Contact your local library if you don’t know the password.
Library cards are for your career.
All public libraries in Georgia offer free access to Entrepreneurial Mindset Training, an online, self-paced course that teaches you how to identify, evaluate and transform business ideas into a sustainable success.
Your library card offers the fast track to getting hired! Search jobs, create a professional resume and cover letter, master interview techniques and more through Learning Express Job and Career Accelerator.
Library cards are for lifelong learners.
Check out Mango Languages on GALILEO, which features over 72 foreign language courses, for free using your library card.
Research your family tree with HeritageQuest Online, which provides genealogical and historical sources for more than 60 countries dating back as early as the 1700s.
Use your library card to enjoy virtual programs at attractions such as Georgia state parks, museums and more.
Library cards are for those seeking accessible reading materials.
BARD (Braille and Audio Reading Download) is available to all patrons of Georgia Libraries for Accessible Statewide Services.
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