Well, getting a Denver Library Card has already proven to be a little beneficial. I was looking through resources and there is even a section of videos to watch. There is not a ton, but a few to search through.
So, I searched through “Classic Movies” and came across On Golden Pond.
First, a classic movie made in 1981?! Seems wrong.
Second, Jane Fonda! She does not seem old enough to be in a classic movie. But I guess that just means I am getting old.
It was an interesting movie. Interesting to think about old age and death.
The thing I am excited most about it looking more into all the things I can explore on the library site. What a great resource!
Well, this was super easy.
If you live in Denver and have ever wondered about getting a library card all you have to do is register online to get these benefits:
• Place holds on (request) materials in the online catalog
• Download eBooks, Audio eBooks, Magazines and stream movies
• Stream and download local music from Volume Denver
• Search research databases
If you want a permanent card with more benefits you have to show a valid photo ID in a branch and you can get one with these additional benefits:
• Check out library materials – watch our video tutorial on using the self check out machines
• Request library materials from other library systems
• Use a Denver Public Library internet computer
You can find all the info and the link to online registration at this site: Denver Library Card.