You Can Access the Library from Anywhere, Anytime at LibraryVisit.org

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Remember, you can use the library anywhere from your computer or mobile device at LibraryVisit.org, even when library buildings are closed. We’re still here for you.


Virtual Programming

Join us for virtual programming through the Library’s website and social media platforms. We have daily Facebook live chats, weekly virtual programs and online photo challenges.

VIEW OUR PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE  »


PLYMC Mobile App

The Library’s app, called  “PLYMC Mobile,” is available for some functions, but during the closure, you will not be able to renew books, check out materials or place holds. There will be NO FINES on Library or Search Ohio materials during the closure. And when we reopen, your holds, which you may not have had time to pick up, will be on the shelves waiting for you.


Sign up for a Digital Library Card

A Digital library card gives you access to all databases, e-books, e-learning. If you don’t have a Library Card, you can sign up online and a bar code will soon be emailed to you; this bar code will allow you to check out online materials. A physical card will be mailed to you at a later date.  Learn More »


Manage Your Account Online

Need to manage your account after hours or remotely?

Log in to your account online where check your account, if necessary.


E-Books & Audiobooks

OverDrive icon Overdrive E-Books & Audiobooks
Download audio, e-books, comics & graphic novels to computers, tablets and other mobile devices.


Hoopla (Midwest Tape)Hoopla icon
With hoopla digital, patrons can borrow, instantly stream or download free movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, e-books, and comics with a valid library card.


RBdigital eAudiobooks and eBooks iconRBdigital Audiobooks and E-Books (RBdigital)
RBdigital provides audiobooks and e-books to stream or download to any device.


RBdigital Magazines iconRBdigital Magazines (RBdigital)
Full digital copies of favorite magazines are now available to PLYMC cardholders with no waiting or checkout periods.



Learn Something New

Lynda.com (LinkedIn)Lynda.com icon
Learn business, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals using these free video courses on the latest software, taught by industry experts. Both in-library and remote users must enter their library card number and PIN to access Lynda.com

Explore More Learning Resources »


Online Resources

OPLINExpanded Database Access | OPLIN – Check out the extra online resources to help all Ohio residents with your homeschooling and business needs during this difficult time, found at https://oplin.ohio.gov/expanded-access


ancestry library editionAncestry Library Edition is now available remotely to all Ohio cardholders through May 2020. This database is one of our Library’s most popular and has only been available for use within our libraries. But through May, you can use Ancestry.com from home or other remote locations. Follow this link and enter your card number. https://auth.oplin.org/?url=https://ancestrylibrary.proquest.com


universal classUniversal Class (RBdigital) – With your PLYMC Library Card, you have access to FREE instructor-led online video courses on many subjects, from academic skills to hobbies to general interest, with con-tinuing education credits certified by the IACET.


Search more electronic Database Resources on many topics including art, biography, business, current affairs, education, health, history, literature, science, and technology, and more.


candid logoFoundation Directory Online

Trying to search for grants from home? You can access Candid’s (candid.org) Foundation Directory Online through PLYMC with this link

The Library can also assist you with funding searches directly. Contact us here for help: Sfreaney@libraryvisit.org


Online Tools for Kids and Parents

PLYMC has resources available for all ages. From your computer or mobile device, you can access a wide range of resources with your library card.

BookFlix iconBookFlix (Scholastic)
For students in grades PreK–3, it pairs classic storybooks with related nonfiction titles to reinforce early reading skills and develop essential real world knowledge using animation, audio, and interactive games.

Explore More Learning Resources for Kids and Parents »


Follow Us on Social Media

social mediaThe Library’s social media platforms will be used throughout the closure to bring you information and more. Check out the interesting posts, photos and videos on the Library’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube platforms.

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