While it's getting attention right now due to the COVID-19 Pandemic response, Superior Public Library has always had plenty of online options to serve its patrons. The online library is ready for you 24/7 and offers many of the same options you'd find in person - and even some extra resources that only exist in digital form.

To access the online services, use your library card to access Badgerlink resources.  You'll find plenty of topics like genealogy, auto repair, consumer health, and much more.  Sign up for an online-only, temporary card and get access to Wisconsin Digital Library's entire catalog of downloadable audio books and E-books as well as hundreds of free Gale Courses.  Click here to sign up for a temporary card.

In addition, the Superior Public Library's on-going Bookworms Book Club has gone online. Since everyone isn't able to meet in person, the library has found a way to "meet" on the internet using Zoom to discuss the first book in The Boxcar Children series by Gertrude Chandler Warner.  Click here for an online option to read the book for free.

A reminder, too that the Superior Public Library has extended the range of their WiFi to cover the entire parking lot.  The library knows that many patrons depend on the library's free WiFi to apply for jobs, check email, and to stay in touch with loved ones.  This extended coverage area outside of the library allows them to do that while the doors are temporarily closed.

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