Columbia Heights Public Library, 3939 Central Ave. NE. Info: Brianna Belanger, Youth Services Librarian, 763-706-3683, firstname.lastname@example.org. Cortni O’Brien, Adult Services Librarian, 763-706-3690, 763-706-3681, email@example.com.
The Columbia Heights Public Library offers many online resources for families which can be accessed remotely during the COVID-19 library closure. Patrons can access e-books, audiobooks, magazines, learning tools, homework help, arts instruction, and more. Visit anokacountylibrary.org and click on “research” to explore all of the online learning opportunities.
For those learning from home, try both the Learning Express Library and Lynda.com. Learning Express includes test prep for a wide range of tests, GED preparation, professional skill building, and résumé and cover letter assistance. Lynda.com offers video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. Looking to learn a new language? Check out Transparent Languages Online, an online language learning platform with individualized instruction over 80 languages.
Help Now! by Brainfuse is a resource that provides one-to-one tutoring to school-age students and adult learners in a variety of subjects, as well as practice tests, flashcards, games, and virtual study rooms. For children ages 3-6, the library has Miss Humblebee’s Academy, an interactive, online curriculum providing strength in five core subject areas.
And of course, if you’re looking for something to read, the library has you covered. Patrons of all ages can enjoy e-books, audiobooks, and magazines through the CloudLibrary or RB digital apps.
If you do not currently have a library card, you can call to be issued a card over the phone, or sign up via the Anoka County Libraries website. Columbia Heights Public Library staff are available to assist you Monday-Friday, between the hours of 9-5, at 763-706-3690.