FREE Access to The Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library

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The Internet Archive is a digital library that loans books across the world – typically with a waiting list. Now, they have opened up the National Emergency Library so that anyone with internet may access over 1.4 million digital books without having to be on the waiting list! You can check out up to 10 books at a time. This is in support of remote teaching and learning, research, stimulation and even leisure while centres of learning are closed.


How to access the library:

  1. Visit the company’s website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”.
  2. Browse the vast selection of books.
  3. Click “Borrow” for your books of choice.
  4. Login or create an account with email, a username and password to borrow your book!

* Ends 6/30/20 or at the end of the US National Emergency (whichever comes later).

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