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Watch movies, download books from Leon County Library during COVID-19 closures

LeRoy Collins Main Library
Posted at 5:58 PM, Mar 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-03-14 18:24:02-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Although Leon County Government had to close the public library system through Sunday, March 29, the digital library is very much open to the public.

Library card holders can still download eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines as well as stream movies with Kanopy.

They also offer language courses with RBdigital and access to free online course content and consumer financial information.

Library card holders can also access Learning Express, Universal Class, and Auto Repair Source.

If you don't currently have a library card, you can sign-up online and begin using the digital features immediately.

Fill out a short registration form online at www.LeonCountyLibrary.org and your personal library card number will be provided to you by email.

You can access these resources through the Library's website and the Leon County Library mobile app for Apple and Android.

While closed to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, late fees will be suspended and due dates will be extended.

Library staff at the main library will continue to answer the phone during normal business hours at (850) 606-2665.

Staff will be available to assist customers with reference questions or other technical assistance by phone or email, AnswerSquad@LeonCountyFL.gov.

All library locations will be thoroughly sanitized before reopening.