During the COVID-19 outbreak, many information providers are making
their resources more widely accessible to library patrons. Here are some
resources that are temporarily available with your library card.
, ordinarily only available from public library computers, is temporarily available from your home. Visit Ancestry Library Edition for access. ohioweblibrary.org/db/ancestry (Through May 2020) – these titles do not count against your monthly checkouts. hoopla Bonus Borrows Collection (through May 2020) is offering remote access to their collection of over 300 million digitized newspaper pages. Visit NewspaperArchive.com for access. ohioweblibrary.org/db/newspaperachive (Ends June 15, 2020) has created an World Book , with tips, tutorials and activities. For the month of April, they have added additional subscriptions to Ohio’s collection, including eBooks, a craft/activity resource, and additional science and social studies portals. Visit expanded distance learning resource page for access. ohioweblibrary.org/db/worldbook Tumblebooks is offering their collections for free until August 2020. EBSCOhost has upgraded their core product subscriptions to their highest category options until June 30. Gale has launched a . They’ve made COVID-19 Support Hub (Elementary School) open access, as well as these additional resources, for the duration of school closures Kids Infobits (tentatively June 30): Infobase has opened a “Custom Collection” (descriptions attached below) of their databases and streaming video products for children, teens and adults. (Ends July 1, 2020.)