Even though the libraries in town are closed for the time being, you don’t have to be without their resources. The whole family can obtain a wealth of reading material, skills training, tutorials, music, films and so much more, free of charge through the City’s Virtual Library!
It's easy and fast! Just go to the Library’s website at www.tolibrary.org and click on “Virtual Library.” Don't have a library card? Click here to obtain a virtual library card.
Here are just a few examples of what you can find in the Virtual Library
Read eMagazines through a web browser, on tablets or smartphones.
Free downloadable music service that offers access to about 15 million songs.
Streaming eVideos with more than 26,000 award-winning documentary and films.
Download eBooks, eAudioBooks and eVideos to play them on a PC, MAC, smartphones, and tablets.
FREE Tutoring for kids and teens!
Online tutor service available daily from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Kindergarten and up).
For Elementary School Students there are plenty of fun reading and activity options like:
Pairs classic video storybooks with related non-fiction ebooks, includes read-along books and educational games. Grade K-5
An online collection of animated picture books, including non-fiction, read-alongs, and books
Discover encyclopedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, e-books, and other learning resources that support student research.
High school entrance exam, GED, AP exams, job skills, resume, interview skills, adult core skills, academic, civil service and more.
Don’t be limited by these. There are so many more.
Feeling overwhelmed by choice? Looking for something you can’t find? Stuck or needing help? Someone is available to help you.
Ask a Librarian
By Telephone Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm (805) 449-2660, option “5”