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Minuteman High School Library Media Center: Member District Public Libraries

The Minuteman Library Media Center leads students to seek, find, evaluate, and create the information essential for lifelong learning.

MEMBER DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Minuteman High School Member District Public Libraries

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POPULAR FREE E-RESOURCES AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Look for these popular free e-resources at your public library:

hoopla digital

hoopla offers instant access to music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics, TV shows, and movies

Libby Overdrive

Libby is a free app where you can borrow ebooks and digital audiobooks from your public library. You can stream books with Wi-Fi or mobile data, or download them for offline use and read anytime, anywhere.

Mango Languages

Mango Languages Learn one of 60+ languages with Mango!

RBdigital Magazines

RB Digital is a digital newsstand with over 40 popular magazines. There’s something for everyone: The New Yorker, OK! Magazine, Vogue, National Geographic, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, and more! 

APPLY FOR A PUBLIC LIBRARY CARD ONLINE

Apply for a Minuteman Library Network public library card online

The Minuteman Library Network, not to be confused with Minuteman High School, is a consortium of 41 public libraries. Many, but not all, Minuteman High School students reside in the towns that makeup this network.

 

If you have never had a Minuteman Library Network library card, complete the form to get a 6-month temporary card. Then visit a Minuteman Library Network public library convenient to you, within 6 months, to complete the library card application. When you pick up your card you must present a photo ID and proof of address. 

 

Forgot your pin but know your library card number or username? Request password reset. You could always call your public library for help. 

 

Anyone who resides, works, or goes to school is Massachusetts is eligible for a Minuteman Library Network public library card, which may be used to access databases and Libby ebooks. It is important for those who reside outside the network to know that this card will not provide access to some electronic resources such as RBDigital, Hoopla, and Kanopy which are available through individual Minuteman Library Network public libraries and not the network.

PUBLIC LIBRARIES OF THE TOWNS MOST SERVED BY MINUTEMAN

Acton Memorial Library 

486 Main Street, Acton, Massachusetts 01720


Robbins Library

700 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, Massachusetts 02476


Belmont Public Library

336 Concord Avenue, Belmont, Massachusetts 02478


Bolton Public Library

738 Main St, Bolton, MA 01740


Concord Free Library

129 Main Street Concord, MA 01742


Dover Public Library

56 Dedham St, Dover, MA 02030


Thayer Memorial Library

717 Main St, Lancaster, MA 01523


Cary Memorial Library

1874 Massachusetts Ave, Lexington, MA 02420


Lincoln Public Library

3 Bedford Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773


Needham Public Library

1139 Highland Ave, Needham Heights, MA 02494


Randall Library

19 Crescent St, Stow, MA 01775


Watertown Free Public Library

123 Main St, Watertown, MA 02472

 

FREE ONLINE RESOURCES AT MASSACHUSETTS LIBRARIES

Massachusetts Libraries  Massachusetts residents have access to a whole world of resources through their library available to them anytime through a computer!‚Äč  Even if closed, most libraries will offer phone or email support. Reach out to your library for help if needed. 

Library Media Specialist

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Ms. Gleason
Contact:
Minuteman High School
758 Marrett Road Lexington, MA 02421
781-372-2879