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Posted on: November 18, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Free Library Cards for All 4J and Bethel Students

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What's the most powerful school supply? A library card! And all students enrolled in Eugene School District 4J  and Bethel School District can get a Eugene Public Library card for free, whether or not they live within City of Eugene limits.


Your library card is the key to free online benefits for K-12 students including live tutors, study tools, and practice tests (BrainFuse); educational children’s shows, including PBS (Kanopy Kids); animated read-along books (TumbleBooks); language lessons (Mango Languages); technology and career tutorials (LinkedIn Learning); and The Great Courses (Kanopy). Plus hundreds of thousands of books and other items for school assignments -- and for fun.


Eugene Public Library offers print books; ebooks; audiobooks online and CD; movies and TV shows streaming, online, and DVD/Blu-Ray; magazines and comics in print and online; music on CDs and online; videogames on disc; learning kits; and maker kits.


For students who live outside City limits, the usual non-resident fee is being waived through a partnership of Eugene School District 4J, Bethel School District, Eugene Public Library, and Eugene Public Library Foundation.


It's easy to sign up for a library card. Support your student's educational growth and success with a Eugene Public Library card!


More info: Get a library card
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