Yukon Public Libraries is providing Yukoners more access to ebooks, audiobooks, music, comics, magazines, movies and digital resources. The additional services are being launched through all of Yukon’s 15 public libraries to provide Yukoners with easier access to resources throughout and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
Yukon Public Libraries card holders now have access to online services including hoopla, RBdigital, LinkedIn Learning and the kids search catalogue.
As well, throughout the month of February, people can enter into a draw for a new tablet by sharing what they love about one of the new resources.
We all love our local libraries. Now more than ever, it is important to find ways for Yukoners to access services from the safety and comfort of their homes.
Minister of Community Services John Streicker
With the addition of these new services, Yukoners now have access to online resources that cover everything from online learning to accessible services.
Yukon Public Libraries has made modifications to the meeting room and furniture to adhere to public health guidelines.
Yukoners can sign up online for the new digital resources with a Yukon Public Libraries card and an email address.