The Digital Maine Library provides every resident of Maine with access to online resources that include a collection of full text articles and abstracts from magazines, newspapers, journals and reference. It also provides students, business people, public library patrons, and higher education students and educators the ability to use online learning tools.
The National Digital Equity Center provides digital skills training through 40+ classes organized around three curricula:
- For Work & Business
- For Home & Education
- Aging Well With Technology
Classes range in duration from one to three one-hour class sessions. Classes are small group in nature, ranging in size from 5-10 participants. None of the online interactive classes are available in an on-demand pre-recorded format. Classes are designed to allow participants to get their questions answered and master the skills they need to be successful in a digital world.
Stay entertained and informed with the world’s largest catalogue of digital magazines and newspapers delivered directly to your devices. Instantly access over 7,000 titles in more than 60 languages when you download cloudLibrary NewsStand.
The easy-to-use standalone app offers Walker Memorial Library patrons unlimited individual articles, back issues, and an EZ read mode. All you need is your current, valid library card!
You can find the app in your app store of choice, and also log in via the web patron app here: https://cloudlibrary.magzter.com/
Read digital comics anytime, anywhere—with your library card! With LibraryPass’ ComicsPlus, you have access to more than 20,000 digital comics, graphic novels, and manga—including popular titles like Avatar: The Last Airbender, Bee and Puppycat, Big Nate, Bone, Dramacon, Hero House, How to Draw Manga, Kirby Genesis, My Little Pony, Sabrina The Teenage Witch, Stranger Things, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and hundreds more.
Every title is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for offline reading—no waiting on holds lists, no wasting data! All you need is your library card to get started. It will ask for your card number and a PIN at login. The last 4 digits of your card number are your PIN. Enjoy!
Discover your next great book! Find expert book recommendations for the best books to read in all genres. Read the latest issue of BookPage! You can also sign up to receive reading recommendations in your favorite genres from BookPage!
View Walker Memorial Library's contributions on the Maine Memory Network. The Maine Memory Network, a project of the Maine Historical Society, provides access to thousands of historical items belonging to over 270 organizations from across Maine.
Bendable Maine is a lifelong learning platform that allows residents of all ages and backgrounds to acquire new knowledge and skills through online courses as well as local, in-person opportunities. The vast majority of the learning made available through the system will be free to residents of the state. (When there is a cost to the user, it will be clearly indicated.) Bendable is an offering of the Maine State Library and the Drucker Institute, a nonprofit social enterprise based at Claremont Graduate University.