Electronic Resources

The Inglewood Public Library provides electronic resources for Adults and Children (Children and Young Adults). Most can be accessed on your electronic devices.  Some require you to enter your Library Card barcode for use.  For more information or help, please call the Reference Desk:   310-412-5380   

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Electronic Resources for Adults:

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The Inglewood Public Library is pleased to offer you free access to streaming movies, music, e-books, TV shows and much more, which you can download using a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.Along with books, magazines, and audio-visual materials, the Inglewood Public Library subscribes to numerous databases for you. These databases are the core of the Inglewood's Virtual Branch, available from your home or business 24/7.  Most require a library card to use.Find a list of websites recommended by librarians for accuracy and usefulness, arranged by subject.Inglewood Public Library now offers adults the opportunity to earn an accredited high school diploma and career certificate online through the Career Online High School, in partnership with the California State Library and Gale, part of Cengage Learning.

Electronic Resources for Children:

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Inglewood Public Library subscribes to several databases that are intended for children.  Most of the databases require an Inglewood Public Library card to access.Chosen by the children's librarians, these websites are are good for homework and finding information on a variety of subjects.Chosen by the children's librarians, these websites are intended for children looking for games, coloring sheets, and other activities.These websites are devoted to children's literature, award-winning books, authors, illustrators, poets, and recommended reading for children of all ages.