Can I get a Tempe library card online?

Can I get a Tempe library card online?

Online Tempe Public Library cards are available through our website here. Online cards provide access to most digital materials and allow you to place holds on physical items. Online cards need to be finalized by visiting the library and providing photo identification and proof of address within four weeks.

How many books can you check out at Tempe library?

Library – How many items can I check out, and for how long?

Item Maximum items out Lending Period
Books Up to 30 21 days (3 weeks)
Audiobooks Up to 30 21 days (3 weeks)
Magazines Up to 30 21 days (3 weeks)
DVDs – TV series Up to 30 21 days (3 weeks)

Are library cards free in Arizona?

A Phoenix Public Library card is available for FREE to Maricopa County residents. Visit any of our 17 locations and fill out a library card application. Proof of identification is required – view the list of acceptable identification on the library’s website. Loan periods vary by material type.

How do I get a Maricopa library card?

How do I get a Library Card? Please stop by your library or use our Book-A-Librarian service in order to schedule a video conference call to set up your account. You will need photo identification, and proof of Maricopa County or Town of Queen Creek residence, business ownership, or property ownership.

How do I get a Chandler library card?

Call 480-782-2800, email us or visit your favorite library location.

How much should you read a day?

Adults should read two hours a day, with one hour per sitting. Reading two different books is great for creative association and new insights. What is this? Recommended Reading Time per Day for Students – 3 hours, including school material or 1 hour excluding school material.

How much does the average American read?

The average adult in the US reads 12 books per year. Pew Research Center’s data tells us that 50% of American adults read four books or fewer. Also, Americans who have a college degree typically get their hands on seventeen books each year, with about 50% of them finishing seven or fewer of those books.

Do you have to pay to get a library card Tempe?

Tempe Public Library cards with computer use and internet access only are available free of charge for the following users: To obtain a library card, you will need to bring photo identification and proof of address. All applicants under age 16 require a parent or legal guardian present to obtain a card.

How do I volunteer at the Tempe Public Library?

Teens interested in volunteering at the Teen Library should contact the Teen Services Specialist II, Victoria Aguilar, at victoria_aguilar@tempe.gov. City of Tempe Volunteer Opportunities are managed by the Community Services Department Volunteer Coordinator, housed at the 2nd floor of the Tempe Public Library.

How do I get a culture pass for Tempe Public Library?

Tempe Public Library participates in the Act One Culture Pass program. With a valid library card you can check out passes for the institutions listed below. Check the library catalog for availability. The pass will be available at library opening on the listed due date. Please note: Availability will be affected by the institutions schedule.

What can I download with my library card?

The Library offers eBooks, digital audiobooks for download or streaming, eMagazines, streaming video, and downloadable and streaming music for free with your library card. All of the information and instructions can be found on our eLibrary page.