The Carson City Library is Closed.

In an abundance of caution, we have closed services to walk-in visitors. Please visit carson.org/covid19 for information regarding City services. Closures come as a recommendation from the Nevada Health Response COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Initiative.


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Use the Library at Home

Read, listen, watch, and learn from the comfort of your own home. The library building may be closed, but you can always use our digital resources 24/7.

Don't have a library card yet? Get an Instant Digital Card when you sign in to OverDrive, or contact us to request a temporary digital card to sign in to all resources.

Learn more about the closure

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Virtual Services Survey

Virtual Programs

Books, Magazines, Audio, & Video
Libby Borrow

 

The Carson City Library has more than 15,000 titles that you can read digitally. Find bestsellers, classics, and everything in between on our OverDrive collection. You will also find graphic novels and manga, magazines, and streaming video for all ages. Everything is available on the website and OverDrive app, or download the Libby app to read from your phone or tablet.

 

Learn Something New

 

Study more than 25 languages with Rosetta Stone or the language learning resources on OverDrive

Brush up on your tech skills with video courses covering a huge variety of business, software, technology, and creative skills through Knowledge City and Lynda.com

See our full list of databases


Educational Support

Ask Hank Button


Ask Hank, the Library Dog!

Have students at home who need help finding great books to read online? Hank the Library Dog is stepping up to help kids and parents find the best digital books.

 

Resources

Tutor.com: Live tutoring for K-12, college students, and adult learners. New extended hours 1 - 9 pm.
NoveList K-8: Helps kids find books that are just right for their reading level and interests. Parents can also find tools to teach with books and engage young readers.
Learning Express Library: Skill-building resources for K-12 classroom and homework success, and academic, civil service, and licensing practice tests.
World Book Online: As well as an encyclopedia, includes a dictionary, atlas, homework help, study aids, and curriculum guides.

 

Keep in Touch

 

Ask a Librarian

We want to hear from you! During the closure, we have staff available to answer your questions via email.

 

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