Did you Know…
You can borrow books, DVDs, and many other items from the Hepburn Library of Norfolk using your North Country Library System(NCLS) card. Using the NCLS online catalog, search for items in all 65 of its member libraries and place holds on them from home. Choose to have all your items delivered to your home library, or change the pickup location to suit you. You can also access digital resources from the NCLS online catalog, including:
If you need a library card, stop in to the Library and ask how to get one or you can register online!
This will bring you to the application form – you’ll enter your contact information, create a PIN, and select a home library. A six-digit number will be generated, and you’ll use this as your library card number when you access OverDrive and other online resources of the North Country Library System.
What online resources can I access with my NCLS card?
OverDrive (link is external): Patrons can enjoy access to over 7,000 e-book titles and almost 2,000 e-audio titles in the NCLS OverDrive collection, with curated collections for children (link is external) and teens (link is external). Additionally, the NCLS OverDrive collection includes access to 25 different magazines. Learn more here (link is external).
Universal Class: Learners have access to over 500 different self-guided courses, including subjects in general education, teacher resources, office skills, and hobbies. Learn more here (link is external).
ArtistWorks (link is external): Learn a musical instrument online! Each instrument has a massive lesson library that covers the fundamentals, advanced techniques, and key learning strategies. Lessons are accessible anywhere, from any device. Learn more here (link is external).
Transparent Language (link is external): Explore a new language using any Internet-connected device. Available in 110+ languages, including ESL, learners have the flexibility they need to learn a new language anytime, anywhere. Learn more here (link is external).
Fold3: Features premier collections of original military records. These records include the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served in the military. Many of the records come from the U.S. National archives, The National Archives of the U.K. and other international records. Learn more here (link is external).
ReferenceUSA: Offers the most up-to-date data available in the market for small business owners and marketing professionals. Learn more here (link is external).
Cypress Resume: Jobseekers can build a resume with an easy-to-use template that provides concise, professional language to describe core tasks of a multitude of professions. Learn more here. (link is external)