School Library Programs provide access to print, digital, virtual, and multimedia resources to support classroom, independent, and general inquiry and exploration.
Effective school library media and instructional technology programs are fundamental in teaching and learning, and essential to making learning relevant.
Additional digital resources are available to students via DCPL’s All Access Initiative:
By September 30, All DCPS students’ DC One Cards will automatically become library cards. Students can access the public library’s databases in school or at home, check out books, download materials, use computers and more without the extra step of registering for a library card. Teachers with DCPL Educator Cards can now access databases in school and check out adult materials. Students who don’t receive Student One Cards can benefit from the same privileges by getting a library card or by getting a One Card at a One Card Service Center and registering it as a library card.