A library card is your child’s ticket to academic achievement.
Back-to-School is a time when the Carnegie Public Library joins with our local educators to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all – a free library card.
Students & educators can use their library cards from home, too. Our library offers access to important educational resources, like our online book/e-book catalogs, online homework databases, and college and career testing resources.
Below is more information on getting a library card and how-to use our online library resources.
For Parents & Students:
eCard Online Application- (Note: For students 17 & under, use the 2nd address line of the form to include parent/guardian name.)
Library Apps-Apps needed to access/use our eBook: Ohio Digital Library, and Regular Library Catalogs.
Homework Help-Free educational databases for all Ohioans. Includes Primary & Secondary resources, STEM resources, and Foreign Language learning, as well as other useful enrichment sources for education.
Library Reading Resources-Book reviews & recommendations, series & sequels, and reading apps.
Educator & Parent eNews Subscription-Sign-up for newsletters featuring Library Resources, Events and Reading Lists for Teachers, Parents & Students.
Teacher Card Application Request-Educators wishing to have a card for professional use may apply for a Teacher Card. The card will allow for more items to be checked out and requested for your classroom use. These items would also have longer checkout times. Please download the application and return it to the Children's Department. (See application for card policy, circulation limits & rules.)
Teacher's Request Form: Request classroom materials from the Library.