Online Resources for Student Support
Click any of the logos or links to access the Library’s online resources using your Library account number. For a complete list of available resources, visit Resources A to Z.
NC LIVE, our statewide information gateway, offers free online access to ebooks, eaudios, videos, online magazines, newspapers, journals, and most importantly, full-text access to thousands of articles from hundreds of magazines, newspapers, and journals. NC LIVE includes ProQuest Central which searches for full-text articles; Mango Languages, an interactive language learning module; RefUSA; Morningstar Investment Research Center; Auto Repair Source, SIRS Issues Researcher, and much more.
Tutor.com provides on-demand online tutoring, homework help, test preparation, and writing assistance for K-12 students, college students, and adult learners in over 60 subjects. No appointment is needed. Tutors are available 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm every day. Spanish speaking tutors are also available for certain subjects. Connect online with an expert Job Coach and also visit the Adult Learning & Career Center. Login with your library card number and PIN from any computer or mobile device with an Internet connection.
NCKids Digital Library is a statewide eBook consortium specifically for kids, pre-K through elementary. It includes over 7,400 eBooks, eAudiobooks, videos and Read-Alongs through OverDrive’s digital reading platform. These resources are always available for every child across North Carolina.
TumbleBooks is an online collection of ebooks and read-along picture books, non-fiction, graphic novels, math stories, language learning, educational videos, and games designed for pre-K through elementary.
The North Carolina Digital Library (NCDL) lets you download audiobooks, ebooks and other media 24/7 with your Library card number and PIN via the Overdrive platform.
DigitalNC contains thousands of items from libraries, archives, and museums around the state and is a terrific resource for students, teachers, researchers, and anyone interested in the history and culture of NC. The images are part of the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. Approximately 2000 of our local images, 1994-1966 Brevard High School annuals, 1948-1966 Rosman High School annuals, 1940-1954 Ecusta Echo, 1900-1916 Sylvan Valley News, and 1917-1923 Brevard News are available here as well as material from Brevard College and the Brevard Music Center.
Student Access Program
All Transylvania County School students grades K-12 are able to use their student numbers to check out library materials and access our rich array of electronic resources. With their school ID numbers, students can check out up to ten items at a time and access online resources from the links made available on the Library website. No overdue fines will accrue on student accounts. Please note that students cannot check out DVDs with their student numbers, and material that is lost or not returned must be paid for.
To access the Library’s online resources, students should use the last 4 digits of their student ID number as their Library PIN.
Thanks to the school system for partnering with us to ensure every child in Transylvania County is ready to read, learn, and succeed!
Requesting material from other NC Cardinal libraries as resource sharing is not available for Student Access Cards throughout NC Cardinal. There are a few online resources that are not available for Student Access Cards – Ask any staff member for complete details.