In the interest of preserving public health and limiting the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), all of our Public Libraries are CLOSED Saturday, March 14 through Wednesday, April 15. The public is encouraged to take advantage of all the digital resources the Public Library offers online.
The due date for all items that are due between Saturday March 14 and Wednesday April 15 has been extended to Wednesday April 22.
Holds that are 'Ready for Pickup' will continue to be held for you through the first week after we reopen.
Holds that are 'In Transit' for you will be processed after we reopen.

Any library card that was due for a scheduled update during this period has been updated through May 1.
Assistance is available by phone during the closure Monday through Friday 10:00AM to 4:00 PM  For general information please call (505) 768-5141.  If you need assistance with your account or a library card please call (505) 768-5170.
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COVID 19

COVID-19 Coronavirus Information

The City of Albuquerque is closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation. At this time, some City events, offices, programs, and services are being impacted.‚Äč

You can prevent the spread of respiratory illness in our community by washing your hands often, covering your cough or sneeze, staying home when you are sick, and cleaning frequently touched objects and surfaces. These actions will also prevent the common cold and flu. View COVID-19 FAQs.

The New Mexico Department of Health is the lead agency for the statewide coronavirus response. Community members are encouraged to visit https://cv.nmhealth.org and follow the NMDOH on FacebookInstagram, or Twitter for the latest information.

Public Art @ the Libraries

 

Look at some public art located at several of the libraries.

Learn more about Public Art.

 

 

Adult Learning
@ the Public Library

Our guide for continuing learners, adult learners, and professionals or students in the Albuquerque Bernalillo County community who are just getting started on a path toward digital literacy or want to learn new technical skills. 

Online Courses and Self-Directed Learning

Literacy is "the ability to understand, evaluate, use, and engage with written text to participate in society, to achieve one's goals, and to develop one's knowledge and potential."

Digital Literacy begins with text and extends to the computers, software, interactive forms, and online platforms prevalent in our communities.

How Do I...?

 

teen zone

kids corner

homework help    library card app

Learning Express Library    computer class

lynda.com

Britannica Library

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