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Library Services You Can Access from Home
Browse through librarian curated lists of resources of everything from History to Educational to DIY!
Need to manage your account after hours or remotely?
Log in to your account online. You can renew books, place holds, and more.
Browse thousands of e-books and e-audiobooks available for free with your library card.
The Pueblo City-County Library District Digital Collections Program is dedicated to broadening access to unique historical materials contained within the PCCLD Special Collections digitized items, including historic prints, photographs, maps, and manuscripts.
Schedule sessions with friends in the private virtual study room.
Resources and fun ideas for schooling at home.
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Learn a new language, search for a job, take a class, discover world newspapers and more from home with your library card.
PCCLD has loads of resources available for all ages. Find reading lists, resources and Fun Stuff in the KidZone and the Teen Zone.
Computer basics, Excel, Chromebooks, google, etc.
In collaboration with the White House’s national initiative called The Library ConnectED Challenge, PCCLD is providing every D60 and D70 student with a public library account using each student’s school identification numbers instead of separate library cards.
Looking for your next good read? Let us help you choose!
Looking for something to watch? Fill out a quick form and we'll get back to with some free streaming ideas.
Ready for some new tunes or old favorites? Fill out a quick form and we'll give you some suggestions!
Resources for seniors, such as the following webinar:
Join Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and AARP ElderWatch for a recorded webinar, Avoiding Coronavirus Fraud and Scams, about the latest scams popping up as a result of the global Coronavirus pandemic. Learn about which scams and instances of fraud are being reported to the Colorado Attorney General’s office and which scams are likely to surface in the coming months.