Due to rising infection rates, Appalachian Regional Library has resumed curbside and virtual-only services. We will provide updates as soon as we're able to safely re-open our buildings to the public.
Research & Resources
This online collection of ebooks, newspapers, journals, magazines, films, and more is available to all library card holders. If you are accessing these resources from home, you will need to select your library (Appalachian Regional Library) and enter your library card number to access some NC Live offerings.
Begin researching your family history with this collection of records and user-created content. This resource is available to all patrons within the library building.
Library patrons in good standing may request up to five titles at a time through our interlibrary loan service. To find titles that may be available, start your search with World Cat. Then, visit the Information Desk on the upper level of the library to make a request. The fee for interlibrary loan requests is the cost of return postage for each item borrowed, and lending periods vary according to the policies of the lending institution. Patrons must call the library to request renewals for interlibrary loan items.
This is a one-stop online resource for job seekers and employers in North Carolina. Job seekers can search for jobs, create resumes, and find education and training. Employers can find candidates, post jobs, and search labor market information.
Résumés, Résumé Help, and Job Search Help Sessions
Our library's public computers all have Microsoft Word (2018 version), which can be used to make a résumé for job searching. The Library offers one-on-one help sessions, by appointment, for making a résumé or for using the NCWorks Online web site.