The Great Barrington Libraries provide more than just books and DVDs. Your library card also gives you access to eBooks, eAudio, videos, and magazines from our own collection as well as farther afield. We are always looking for new resources to add!
eBooks, Magazines, Newspapers
Access thousands of eBooks, eAudio, magazines and now video! You can also access IndieFlix, Great Courses, Craftsy and Qello Concerts. Grab your library card number to check items out.
New York Times Digital Edition
Read the NYT from home using a 24-hour redemption code. To activate your subscription, you'll need to log in or register first.
New York Times Cooking
NYT Cooking is a digital cookbook and cooking guide alike, available online and as an app, to help people stay inspired and organized in the kitchen. To activate your subscription, you’ll need to log in or register first.
The Washington Post
Read The Washington Post from home or out and about. To activate your subscription, you will need to log in or create an account first.
The Wall Street Journal
Access The Wall Street Journal from anywhere! Simply click here to create your account, and you can start using wsj.com immediately.
Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides instant access to thousands of critically acclaimed movies, documentaries and Kids favorites. They partner with studios like A24, The Criterion Collection, PBS and more to bring access to thoughtful entertainment.
You must be a Great Barrington card holder and resident to access this service.
Training and How To Videos on a variety of topics. Also access to library virtual programming.
Additional Library Resources
Massachusetts Library Services Online
Books and audiobooks, historical photographs, and more. Created and maintained by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.
Explore historical collections from libraries, museums, and archives across Massachusetts.
Scholastic BookFLIX is no longer directly available through the Great Barrington Libraries, but you can use a Boston Public Library eCard (see above on how to obtain a BPL eCard) and access BookFlix through BPL.