Ohio Library Cardholders have additional databases made available to them. World Book, best known as the encyclopedia has expanded their content during this time. Newspaper Archives.com, which includes over 330 millions digitized has been made available as well.
From now until August 31, 2020, Tumble Books has been made available to public library patrons. Story books, graphic novels, music, graphic novels and more are available.
Amazon Future Engineer is offering free online computer science classes for any student or teacher affected by COVID-19 in the United States.
Patrons can place a hold on items using the library's online catalog. Not sure how to place items on hold?
Choose from a vast video library of engaging, top-quality courses, taught by recognized industry experts. Topics range from brand-new technology, business, and creative skills. Stream videos on any device.
For the time being, the East Palestine Memorial Public Library is scaling back to curbside pickup only.
Current information about the Coronavirus is available from the following websites:
As of Monday, March 16, the library is cancelling all events and programs scheduled through April 11. The Community Room is closed to all meetings until further notice. Groups on the schedule will be contacted Monday.
Visit DaybyDayOH.org, a website for young children and their families, featuring a song, a video, activities, and book recommendations for every day of the year. DayByDay, is a service of the State Library of Ohio in collaboration with Ohio Ready to Read, also includes literacy and health information.
Hoopla allows users instant access to eBooks, movies, music, audiobooks, and more. Download the Hoopla app from the app store on your mobile or streaming device.