Materials and Services
Inglewood Public Library Catalog:
|You can search for library materials based on specific subjects, authors, formats, and other criteria by using the ONLINE LIBRARY CATALOG . By LOGGING IN with your library card information, you can also see what items you've checked out and renew them online.|
Reference Materials and Services
Our librarians are expert researchers who can help you find whatever information you need, whether you’re looking for that perfect novel, tracing your family history, or trying to understand your rental contract. Our reference collection includes a variety of dictionaries, encyclopedias, almanacs, legal handbooks, exam practice workbooks, and much more. You can ask for help at the 2nd floor Reference Desk or call (310) 412-4280 to speak with a librarian.
Once you have registered for an Inglewood Public Library card, you will be able to access many useful and free online resources such as audio books, ebooks (digital books), and research databases containing countless articles that cover almost any topic. Visit ELECTRONIC RESOURCES to learn more.
Fuera de las Sombras: Hispanic Heritage Month Resources
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and was enacted in 1988 on the anniversary of the independence of several Latin American nations: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. In appreciation of this annual observance, one of our research database providers, Gale, is highlighting the military contributions of Hispanic Americans with its Fuera de las Sombras (Out of the Shadows) program. The PROGRAM GUIDE is designed to help you explore these contributions using two of the Gale databases: Biography in Context and U.S. History in Context. You can access both databases in the library or by using your Inglewood Library Card information.
Online Career High School
The library is pleased to offer the Career Online High School program in collaboration with the California State Library and Gale, a Cengage Learning Company. Adults who have registered for an Inglewood Library card can earn a GED online in 18 months or less. For information on how to enroll, call 310-412-4280, or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free WiFi in the Library
|Adult and young adult visitors who have registered for an Inglewood Public Library card can use the public computers available on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the library once a day. Computers are equipped with convenient applications such as Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader, Microsoft Video Editor, and several Internet browsers. Printing is also available.|