A message to our patrons in response to the Public Health Crisis and the temporary closing of our member libraries:
The public libraries of the BCCLS consortium know these are challenging times. In response, public libraries are helping patrons without a library card to register and get access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines.
Who Can Get A Card?
Anyone who is a resident of one of the 77 towns of the BCCLS consortium. View the list of member libraries. (If you already have a BCCLS card, it already works for econtent so no need for a digital card.)
How Do I Get A Card?
- Fill out the online registration form here.
- Receive your library card number via email or text.
- Reach out to your local library (or they may be reaching out to you) to see if they have more options for your card.
How Do I Get Access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagazines?
Public libraries are dedicated to meeting our patrons where they are - especially during difficult times.