Cobb County Public Library digital and print resources are now accessible to the county’s more than 120,000 public school students through an initiative called Library PASS – Public Library Access for Student Success. This new partnership among the library system and the Cobb County and Marietta City school districts represents one of the largest programs of its kind in the United States to expand the reach of public library resources.
If you are a student currently attending a Marietta city school or a Cobb County public school, you already have a Library PASS account. Your student ID now works like a library card number. That means you have access to all of our resources at the public library, including our digital resources. Get your homework done faster and easier with your Library PASS. You can access databases 24/7 to find great books to read, download or stream. Or visit any of Cobb County’s libraries to use the Internet, print or check out a book to read. They even have a growing collection of apps to download to your mobile device. For more information, visit cobbcat.org/librarypass.
This article originally appeared in the March issue of the EAST COBBER magazine, on pages 15. Click here to view the digital edition.