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Last Updated: Jan 07, 2021     Views: 342

Yes! Any Massachusetts resident or student is eligible for a Boston Public Library (BPL) card or an eCard. Use either card to access BPL's electronic resources remotely. 

An eCard is a Boston Public Library card that you can sign up for online, and which provides access to all online resources, including OverDrive and Hoopla.

eCards are available to anyone who lives, resides part-time to attend school, owns property, or works in Massachusetts.

All Boston Public Library locations are currently closed in response to COVID-19. You can still use your BPL eCard to access BPL's electronic resources remotely.  

The Boston Public Library is a research as well as a public library. It offers historical newspapers, language learning resources, test preparation and much more. 

 

Library Services Delivered Remotely

We've Got You Covered!

 

Even though the Healey Library building is closed during UMass Boston's period of remote learning, Library services continue! The staff of Healey Library are here to support you remotely with research help, course reserves, and so much more.

 

Access Library services and resources:
www.umb.edu/library

 

Stay up-to-date with Library updates and announcements: blogs.umb.edu/library/continuity 

 

Please email Library.Circulation@umb.edu with any questions!

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