Lake County Students Receive Virtual Library Cards To Promote Learning

The Lake County Library System and Lake County Schools have teamed up to provide free virtual library cards to students.

More than 43,000 K-12 public school students can now use their student identification numbers to access digital resources in the library system. These resources include:

  • Online private lessons for over 200 academic subjects, college preparatory tests, essay reviews and CV writing.
  • LinkedIn Learning: Over 16,000 video courses taught by experts covering software, business and creative skills.
  • Tumblebooks: eBooks, audiobooks, digital puzzles, and games for K-5 grades.
  • TumbleMath: Animated math picture books, quizzes, and lessons for grades K-5.
  • Pronunciator: The world’s largest language learning tool with over 160 languages ​​available.
  • Overdrive / Libby: ebooks, audiobooks and digital movies.
  • Flipster: over 30 digital magazines.
  • And more!

All digital resources can be found by visiting Virtual library cards remain active as long as the student ID is active. There are no fines or late fees associated with digital content. Additionally, students can use their student ID number to log into library computers. Parents and guardians can register their children for a separate physical library card to collect library items.

“We know that reading is the key to lifelong learning, so virtual library cards are of great benefit to our students as they will provide them with many valuable resources,” said Diane Kornegay, Superintendent of Lake County Schools. “We appreciate the Lake County Library Services for their partnership and continued support to our students. “

“This is a very exciting program and another way to support the education of Lake County students,” said George Taylor, director of the Lake County Library System. “We want to give our kids the tools they need to be successful and having a library card is a great place to start. “

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