Boston Public Library/e-membership: Directions on how to get an e-membership to Boston Public Library so that you can borrow materials such as ebooks, audiobooks etc…
Scroll down and click on “register an e-card”
Do not use your school email address because you cannot receive “outside” emails to your school email address
Under “Contact Info”, choose “Easton” from the drop down menu and use “02334” for your zipcode
Make sure that you check your spam folder if you do not see the confirmation email in your inbox.
Download the Libby/Overdrive and Hoopla apps on your device.
Use your ecard number to log in and then you may borrow online materials using these apps.
Digital Public Libraries of America
The National Archives
The Smithsonian Museum
Library of Congress: Digital Collections
ProQuest Science Database
The Boston Globe
The New York Times
Ames Free Library
Boston Public Library
New York Public Library
Search Popular Magazines (GALE)
MLA Formatting and Style Guide
Create citations and check your paper for plagiarism.
ProQuest Research Companion
Purdue Online Writing Lab
Common Sense Media
OA Student Library Research Portal (Only OA Students and Staff will be able to access this site.)
How long can I keep my library books?
After checking out your library books, you may keep them for 14 days. At the end of the 14 day period, please either return your books, to the library, or visit the library to renew your books for another 14 days.
Does the OA library charge fines for overdue books?
The OA library does not charge for overdue books but we kindly ask you to return them or renew them every 14 days. We do require students to pay for the cost of a lost or damaged book, though.
Please contact Tara Vasiliou at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.