INFORMATION ON THE GLENCOE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND COVID-19

INFORMATION ON THE GLENCOE PUBLIC LIBRARY AND COVID-19

The library stands with other Glencoe institutions in the effort to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus. To protect both patrons and staff, the building will be closed from 6:00 p.m. Friday, March 13. We hope to re-open on April 1.

 

REMOTE RESOURCES: HOW TO ACCESS THE LIBRARY’S DIGITAL RESOURCES FROM HOME

We encourage Glencoe cardholders to make the most of our online and streaming resources. From home, you can still download ebooks; listen to audiobooks; stream movies, tv shows, and music; read newspapers, comics, and magazines; take online classes; learn a new language; and more. See our website for information using the Digital Content Menu, as well as visit these resources listed below:

Streaming Services:

Hoopla - a collection of movies, shows, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, music, all on-demand

Kanopy - Offering artistic films and documentaries, as well as a collection curated for children

Online Learning:

Glencoe Academy - offers tutorials ranging from computer basics to social media

Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning - offers a robust collection of tutorials as well as learning modules for a variety of topics

Other Digital Offerings:

Digital Library of Illinois - offers a robust collection of digital books and more

RBDigital Magazines - offers a collection of digital magazines on your devices

ADVICE FROM THE VILLAGE OF GLENCOE

The Illinois Department of Health (IDPH) recommends the following actions to slow the spread of coronavirus, influenza and other seasonal illnesses:

  • Stay home if you’re sick
  • Cover coughs and sneezes
  • Wash hands often with soap and water
  • Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick

 

Additional information on coronavirus, including symptoms and transmission of the virus, is available at the following links:

 
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