The Public Library
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has been working to expand its services and resources for the community as the Stay at Home order continues. The library is continuing to update and expand its collection of community resources for the pandemic, so if there’s something new from your organization you’d like the library to highlight, please let officials there know.
Help for job seekers, parents and others by phone, email or chat is available. Call 513 369-6900.
Also available are 30-minute appointments by phone with a librarian to help with your more in-depth questions, such as assistance with job searching, support for small businesses, recommendations for where to find trusted health information and more with social worker, Rachael Winters, who can recommend local organizations that can assist people in need with a variety of support and resources.
Live-streamed and on-demand events for all ages, including live Bedtime Storytime, how to trace your family tree and other programs.
- The ebranch is always available for you to get your ebooks, audiobooks, movies and music.
- Learn a new skill at Lynda.com or a new language with Transparent Languages
- Access job help resources
- Dig a little deeper into the online resources we have, like free access to the Morningstar Investment Research Center
- Research your family tree with ancestry.com — normally available only at a Library location, but now free anywhere with your library card
Access all of this with your library card. Get an eCard now, if you don’t have one.