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Sault Ste. Marie Public Library
Your Library Online
Posted: Mar 22, 2020

Despite the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library’s doors being shut, the Library is here to serve the public! In an effort to make our services as accessible as possible to those at home, the Library has renewed all expired cards dating back to January 1, 2019 and will continue to register new accounts online so you can access the digital content we offer.

For new cards just, fill out the online form, and you should hear back from us soon. Please note that depending on the amount of applications we receive, it may take a few business days to get back to you. You must also be a resident of Sault Ste. Marie or the following contracting communities to receive an account.

Contracting Communities: Aweres, Goulais & district, Searchmont, Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional, Laird Township, and MacDonald, Meredith & Aberdeen.

Use the following link to sign up for a new card: https://ssmpl.ca/using-ssmpl/get-a-library-card/

If you have any further questions or need help with your PIN, please email lib.circ4@cityssm.on.ca

Here are some of the amazing things your card grants you access to:

hoopla is a digital service that allows you to download and stream movies, TV shows, music, ebooks, audiobooks, and comics. All hoopla content is available immediately and there are no wait times to borrow items, but you are limited to borrowing 5 items per month. You can download the hoopla app on Apple or Android devices, use their website on your computer, or use smart TV products like Apple TV and Android TV to stream on your television.

Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and more – anywhere, anytime. All you need is a valid library card. Overdrive includes popular and classic fiction, non-fiction, videos, and audiobooks that you can download, stream to read, view, or listen on your computer or mobile device.

For the youngest readers, the Tumblebook library has nearly 1000 titles online including many by popular authors such as Melanie Watt, Doreen Cronin, and Robert Munsch. Children can read independently, or enjoy animated stories being read to them.