• Updated on 3-25-2020

    Here is some information for you to access items from our library or other ways to get access to books online. Thank you Ms. Schwagerl for the great information!

     

    For residents in Viking Library System

    www.vikinglibrarysystem.org

    -Click on the link for your home library on the left of the screen

    -Click on the link for Tumble Book Library

    -Browse titles and click on titles to read books

     

    For residents in Lake Agassiz Regional Library System

    www.larl.org

    -Scroll down and click on the applicable link for Online Resources (Choose either Early Learners, Grades K-6, or Grades 7-12)

    -Many digital resources are linked here, including Tumble Book Library.

    -Click on the link for Tumble Book Library, browse titles, and click on titles to read books

     

    Tumble Books

    -Tumble Books is offering free eBook access through libraries during this time. Readers do not enter library card information to access books; access is through the webpage of your home library. Users can read as many books as they want, when they want, and on any device with internet access.

     

    ELibrary Minnesota

    https://elibrarymn.org/

    eLibrary Minnesota gives Minnesota residents access to magazine, journal, newspaper and encyclopedia articles, media, including images, videos, and audio files, and other information resources. All Minnesota residents can access this website using internet in their homes. There are resources available for K-12 students. The Britannica encyclopedia is great, and there are many excellent resources on this website! If you click on “Student Research,” you can view several resources by targeted age group. This is a very brief overview; please let me know if I can help you with any specifics of eLibrary Minnesota.

     

    EBooks Minnesota

    https://elibrarymn.org/ebooks

    This is part of eLibrary Minnesota; it is an online ebook collection for all ages. You don’t need to use a library card to view ebooks – you just have to be a Minnesota resident – so there is no limit to the number of people reading a book at the same time. If you’d rather browse by age group than by topic, click on “Menu,” then “Modules” under the “Explore” category. I’ve used this resource with my classes; there are all kinds of neat regional history resources, as well as many other books that might be helpful.

     

    OverDrive through Viking Library System and Lake Agassiz Regional Library

    https://vikingdigitallibrary.overdrive.com/

    https://larl.org/ebooks/

    If you or your students were using a library card at the bookmobile, those library cards can also be used to borrow ebooks and audiobooks from your public library! Click on the applicable link above to browse and reserve titles.