The Indianapolis Public Library announced the completion of their distribution of Indy Public Library (IndyPL) eResource cards to more than 5,000 students in MSD Decatur Township. This brings the total IndyPL cards distributed to more than 30,000 K-12 students in the areas of Decatur, Lawrence and Warren Townships.
In appreciation, Dr. Matthew Prusiecki, Superintendent for MSD Decatur Township, said, “Connecting with the Library affords our students an excellent opportunity to become invested in their academic future. The range of e-resources available with a Library card will help them become lifelong learners and participants in our technological society.”
eRsource cards give students access to the library’s digital collections including eBooks, eAudiobooks, streaming music and video as well as databases for academic research. This expands the research tools available to students beyond the online sources available through the school.
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