Tulsa City-County Library launches three new services for expanded online learning and entertainment

In an effort to connect library customers with more digital options for education and entertainment, Tulsa City-County Library is unveiling three new services that are free to use with a library card.

Beginning today, eBook readers, future musicians and gamers will have the opportunity to expand their use of library services with more resources for learning. Each new added service is in response to customers’ suggestions and will be of interest to all library customers.

The three new digital services include:

CloudLibrary – Enjoy thousands of today’s popular titles as well as classics in easily accessible genres for quick downloading and reading. You can customize your own bookshelves and easily browse through favorite genres. eBooks are automatically returned to the library, so there are never late fees. CloudLibrary is available for PC, Apple, Android and Kindles that support apps. Download here, www.TulsaLibrary.org/downloads

OnePlay – Choose from more than 1,000 games for your PC or Android device. There are no holds or waiting for choices. Download your selections and play them wherever and whenever you like. Games for all ages include racing, sports, role-playing, strategy and other popular genres. Download here, www.TulsaLibrary.org/VideoGames

ArtistWorks – From basic courses and intermediate instruction to advanced lessons, students watch a pre-recorded lesson and take their talent to the next level. Select from 24 self-paced instrumental classes on guitar, bass, percussion, trumpet, piano, vocal, flute, banjo and many other musical instrument options. Art and voice classes also are included. Download here, www.TulsaLibrary.org/OnlineLearning

For more information on Tulsa City-County Library’s new services, call the AskUs Hotline, 918-549-7323, or visit www.tulsalibrary.org.