Access premium resources with your library card.
We license our digital content from a number of companies (library vendors). The vendors require us to only allow our customers to access their products. For most products we are only licensed for the citizens of Edmonton. Your library card confirms your identity for the library vendors websites.
You’ll still be able to access world-class mysteries, dramas and comedies from Britain through our catalogue, including some Acorn TV content.
For a complete list of the nearly 100 online resources and databases—including other TV streaming services—you can access for free with your library card, please visit epl.ca/online-resources.
Acorn TV has restricted access to their steaming service and platform. As a result, we are no longer able to offer it to our customers.
Yes, once you set up your LinkedIn Learning account, you should be able to download the LinkedIn Learning app in the App Store for iOS devices and the Google Play store for Android devices.
If prompted for a Library ID before entering in your barcode and PIN, use edmontonpublic. If you are prompted for a custom invitation link, use www.linkedin.com/learning-login/go/edmontonpublic., opens a new window
Yes, anyone 16 years or older can use LinkedIn Learning. Parents and caregivers are responsible for their children’s use of LinkedIn Learning. To learn more about how you may use LinkedIn Learning under their Terms of Service, read the User Agreement.