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Top 10 Ways to FCPL at Home

Your Library Card Is Your Passport to Free Services

  1. Read eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines
    Read an eMagazine
    Enjoy our eBook of the Month and See lists of eBooks and eAudiobooks available now
    Lucky Day Collection—Two week checkout of popular digital titles. No holds, no renewals, no waiting.
    Libros Electrónicos en Español
  2. Stream Videos Just for Kids or Kanopy
  3. Learn a New Language! Expand your horizons from home by learning a new language or brushing up on one you haven't thought about since school.
    Mango Language
    Transparent Language Online
  4. Take an Online Course
    LinkedIn Learning (formerly—Add a new skill to your resume with courses in all aspects of business, technology, and creative fields.
    Universal Class—Keep your mind sharp with a course from Universal Class, in everything from hobbies like calligraphy and cake decorating, to other skills like personal finance and business writing.
    Great Courses eAudio—Become a lifelong learner with a Great Course in literature, music, history, or religion. Also available in streaming video format.
    LearningExpress Library—Teens can get a jump on preparation for the SAT/ACT/AP test, and adults can prep for various professional exams like Culinary Arts, Military, and Real Estate.
  5. Use Consumer Reports to check expert reviews before you get too far down that rabbit-hole of online shopping.
  6. Do Some Research in one of our many databases, including The Foundation Directory Online, temporarily available from home.
  7. Find out more about your own history with genealogical resources. 
  8. Visit our Home Improvement Reference Center if you have some time for those back-burner house projects.
  9. Discover Homework Resources and much more.
  10. And even Find Your Next Book!
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