STUDENT LIBRARY CARDS

Student library cards are available to any student in Delta County.  Student cards must be requested and distributed by school staff members.  Click on the links below to learn more and to request student library cards for your school or classroom.

Facts and Suggested Uses

Request Student Library Cards

STUDENT HANDOUTS

Schools can print the following handouts to support students in getting started using their student library cards.

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

ONLINE RESOURCES

Teachers and students can access many valuable educational resources through our online library.  Research databases, online courses, encyclopedias, downloadable books and audiobooks, music, movies and so much more!

VIDEO LIBRARY

If your school is considering requesting or is already using student library cards, these videos will provide support and guidance for school staff members and students.  Learn about student library cards, how to use the cards to access valuable resources, and how to utilize specific resources in the classroom.

Introduction to Student Library Cards.  This video is intended for school staff members who are considering using or are already using student library cards in their school or classroom.

Britannica Library. Britannica Library is an encyclopedia with content for learners of all ages, connecting you to authoritative, age-appropriate reference materials. With three levels of learning; children, young adult, and reference center; Britannica offers extensive articles, photos, videos, and other features to meet and exceed your online encyclopedia needs.

EBSCOhost. EBSCOhost is an online collection of reference databases, digital archives, online journals, and eBooks. With over 375 vetted databases and hundreds of thousands of titles, EBSCOhost provides quality materials for every research inquiry.

Explora – Research Made Easy.  Explora is a research database that helps you find sources of information on various topics.  With Explora, you can read a variety of texts, like articles, short stories, comics, and books.  You can also watch videos from reputable news sources and explore broad topics or search for a highly specific piece of information.

Freegal Music – Download and Stream Popular Music. Freegal gives you access to tons of songs, music videos, and audiobooks.  With you library card, you can download up to four songs and stream up to three hours of music every week!

HeritageQuest. HeritageQuest is a database of genealogical sources, local and family histories, and research aids. It contains records for individuals in more than 60 countries, with coverage dating back to the 1700s..

Mango Languages – Learn Languages from Native Spaekers. Mango Languages is a language learning tool that offers instruction in more than 70 languages. There are even courses for people who are learning English as a second language.  Learn at your own pace with lessons that are built around real conversational situations.

NoveList Plus – Book Recomendations. NoveList is a resource that provides book recommendations based on appeal factors, curated lists, and read-alikes for titles you enjoy.

OverDrive and Libby. Over the past few years, OverDrive has grown to have one of the largest collections of digital media, which you can borrow using your library card.  OverDrive also offers Libby—a mobile app for Android and Apple iOS devices that gives you a seamless borrowing and reading experience.

Universal Class – Online Courses and Continuing Education. Universal Class for libraries is an online educational service providing a diverse offering of learning courses for people interested in the lifelong pursuit of knowledge.  There are over 500 courses that you can take at any time without waiting for sessions to start or end. Once in a course, you will watch engaging videos and receive feedback from friendly instructors.