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Stuck at home? Here are 10 things you can still do thanks to your library card

Read a book: With Overdrive and hoopla, you can download thousands of eBooks and audiobooks Watch a movie: With Kanopy and hoopla, you can stream videos to your computer, TV, or mobile device Download a magazine: That may sound like a strange combination of words, but with RB Digital you can digitally check out current and back issues of hundreds of popular magazines Learn a language: Your library card gives you access to Mango Languages, an online and mobile language learning program Take a class: Universal Class is an online learning platform that offers over 500 courses Homeschool: We have a page with great resources for children and families like Tumblebooks, Storytime Online, and subject area resources. Read a newspaper: Your library card gives you access to the New York Times as well as over 1,000 other newspapers Update your resume: With JobNow, you have access to live, one-on-one resume help, interview practice, test preparation, and career information Research health information: Now seems a very a propos time to access our health databases to find...

Ebooks Just Got Easier

The Pawling Library has recently upgraded its account with Overdrive, our supplier of eBooks and downloadable audiobooks. If you haven’t used Overdrive before, there’s never been a better time to start. You can access our collection by visiting the Mid Hudson Overdrive website or by downloading the Overdrive app (available for Android, Apple, and Kindle devices). If you are already an Overdrive user, there are three changes you may have noticed to the way Overdrive works at the Pawling Library. Recommend If you have searched Overdrive recently, you may have already noticed that there is now a “Recommend to Library” feature”. For titles that are not currently part of our Overdrive collection, patrons now have the option of letting us know that they would be interested in us purchasing these titles. (Please note that eBooks generally cost the library at least three times as much as print books, so we are unable to purchase all titles recommended to us. Still, we would love to know what you are interested in, and do investigate every purchase...