In compliance with NC Executive Order 121, Saturday, March 28 will be the last day to pick up items on hold at Ashe County Public Library. If you have received a notification that items are ready for you to pick up, you may do so today until 3 pm. Please check back on Monday for more information about the library's plans for the next thirty days.
Welcome to StudentAccess!
Ashe County Schools and the Ashe County Public Library are partnering to support students’ ongoing education. We share the belief that a love of books and learning is a strong foundation for student success and we are working together to provide every Ashe student access to books and resources found at their public library.
Beginning October 9, 2017, all Ashe County students will be able to use their Student ID number to access and borrow public library books and resources. We are calling this initiative StudentAccess.
StudentAccess participants may borrow up to 10 books or audiobooks from Ashe County Library. No late fees will be charged for these items, however replacement costs for lost or damaged item may be assessed.
You can access your account at any time by logging in with your student or teacher identification number and PIN.
StudentAccess participants are also able to access our collection of digital content. For more information on using our digital collections such as downloadable e books or e audio-books click HERE.
StudentAccess participants also have access to our collection of Online Resources. This includes our collection of databases, study guides, and much more. Click HERE to learn more about our Online Resources.
We are excited to provide this new service to our local educators and public school students! We are working to plan and provide training to parents, teachers, and students. Please check back for new and additional resources. If you have questions or would like to schedule a training session with a librarian, please contact Suzanne Moore, Ashe County Librarian, 336-846-2041.
This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the State Library of North Carolina.