As kids return to classrooms for the start of a new school year, we’ve got a backpack full of resources to make life easier for parents and caregivers. Whether it’s live online homework help, educational apps, or other learning tools, your Library offers many ways to help young learners succeed.
Library cardholders already enjoy free digital access to The New York Times, letting you read unlimited articles on your phone, tablet, or computer. We’ve got breaking news: You can now also get paywall-free passes to New York Times Cooking and New York Times Games.
Don’t have the tools to connect to the internet and manage your personal online needs? Now you can borrow a Chromebook computer from the Library! Use for education and research, check your email, browse websites, pay bills online, apply for jobs, stream music or movies, and more. Get details on how it works.
The Library's Digital Branch offers digital materials you can enjoy from anywhere using your computer or mobile device. Borrow eBooks, comics, and digital audiobooks; try online learning and career-development tools; read digital newspapers and magazines; and stream or download TV, movies, and music.