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Posted on: April 10, 2020

Tracking coronavirus: Virtual library programs

Anaheim Responds

ANAHEIM, Calif. (April 10, 2020) — Although our doors are closed, there are many ways you can still connect with Anaheim Library services.

Patrons can access many free resources from their homes including online tutoring, language learning, online courses, and much more.

All you need is your Anaheim Public Library Card. Don’t have one? Apply here.

In order to meet the community’s need during the stay at home order, we received a California State Library grant to add more eBooks and audiobooks to our digital collection.

That means you’ll have even more books available to download on your device for free.

While our in-person library programs are on hold, we are offering many virtual programs for all ages.

If you’re reading at home, log the books you read, and earn rewards.

Each book enters you to win a raffle prize like a digital gift card.

Download the READsquared App or sign-up here

We’re also offering live storytimes and STEAM activities, which stands for science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics – on social media.

This allows children and families to watch storytimes and participate in educational activities during our closure.

We’ve love your input for future virtual programs.

Take the survey here and tell us what we should do next.

We will continue to communicate any further impacts to the Library system at Anaheim.net/coronavirus.

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