Library and Archives Partners with Lewis County Schools to Expand Access to Ebooks and Digital Audiobooks For Students

 

February 29, 2024

Pictured are, left to right, Dr. Mike Taylor, student Adilyn Toungette, LCIS Principal Samantha Webb, and Library Director Crystal Nash. Adilyn was the first student to be issued a digital library card under the new program. To date 185 students and faculty have applied for a digital card.

As educators seek more creative ways to support students' learning, a key resource for schools is the local public library. Lewis County Public Library and Archives and Lewis County Schools have formed a partnership to increase student and faculty access to digital reading materials through a new digital library card program. Digital library cards provide access to thousands of age-appropriate titles for use inside the classroom, at home, and anywhere 24/7 via the Libby app.

A library card opens a world of infinite possibilities through resources and services that give students the tools they...



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