Kansas Library Card
The Kansas Library Card provides easy access to online resources.
Any Kansas public, school or college library can issue a Kansas Library Card. Kansans who live in the CKLS region, but not in a town with a library, can obtain cards from the CKLS Book-by-Mail Department at 800-362-2642.
So what is available with the Kansas Library Card?
Kansas statewide databases provides home access to millions of online articles from magazines and newspapers, US census from 1790 to 1930, lots of medical information, two encyclopedias and much, much more.
Kansas EZ Library, your online access to digital books- Audiobooks you listen to and eBooks, which you read on a screen.
Brought to you by the State Library of Kansas and your local Kansas library.
Sunflower eLibrary is provided by the Central Kansas Library System and your local library. Adult, teen and children’s titles large to small publishers. A mix of ebooks, eAudiobooks, videos, and music.
What Kansas libraries own is shown in the Kansas Library Catalog.
Kansas regional library systems offer help in other areas outside the CKLS area.
Phone From Home
|Crystal Hutchinson, Department Head
|Holly Regan, Assistant
Phone from Home services are directly available to rural residents of the seventeen Central Kansas Library System counties. Residents of communities without public libraries in those same counties are also eligible for the Services.
CKLS Phone from Home can function as these residents' "home library". By calling the toll-free number (800-362-2642) they may request materials or ask reference questions. The books, video, and audio materials requested will be sent directly to the patron's home and will include a postage-paid return label.