CLP’s hotspot service expands to all students in Allegheny County. Click here to learn how to borrow a hotspot.
The Federal Communications Commission is asking for help to spread the word about the Emergency Broadband Benefit. This temporary program helps families struggling to afford Internet service during the COVID-19 pandemic. Having a broadband connection is essential for households gain access to jobs, healthcare services, virtual classrooms, and so much more. Visit www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit to learn more.
Are you interested in using your talents to contribute to your library? Click here to learn more about the Talent Bank.
Tutor.com provides homework help for students in grade school through college. You can use your library card to access Tutor.com and create a free account by clicking the following link: http://tutor.com/clpgh Live help is available 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM.
Access to Ancestry.com is available for library cardholders working remotely.
You will need your library card number and PIN to access this resource. If you do not have a PIN or forgot your PIN, you can go to the online catalog to request a new PIN. Select “Log in or Register” in the upper right hand corner, then select “I forgot or want to change my pin.”
With public libraries (and schools) closed to the public, please remember the POWER Library is open 24 hours a day! The POWER Library includes over 20 online databases plus over 16,000 e-books you can read online and/or download. If you do not have a public library card yet, please sign up for an eCard to access the POWER Library. An eCard will provide you with immediate access to the e-resource provided in POWER Library.
To get your eCard please register here:
In addition, the ability to Chat with a Librarian 24/7 remains available! Ask your questions here:
BookPage has made online issues available to allow continued access to to BookPage.