Want to access the library's digital resources, but don't have a library card? Follow the instructions below to set up a temporary e-card. E-cards that were set to expire Jan. 4, 2021 are being extended for an additional year. E-cards created Jan. 5, 2021 and after are good for 12 months from the date created. You may also contact the library for information on obtaining a permanent card.
Who can get a permanent library card? Any Texas resident over the age of 18 with valid photo ID (driver's license, state ID, Matricula Consular card, passport, etc.) that shows a current address. Another form of documentation showing your current address, such as a piece of mail, utility bill, lease, check stub, etc., may be provided for proof of address.
Applicants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to obtain a library card. Library cards are free, but there is a $ 2.00 replacement fee for lost cards. For information on obtaining a permanent card, email NewAccount@littleelm.org.
OBTAIN AN E-CARD IN A FEW EASY STEPS:
Click the button below to visit the library's self-registration page, or from the library's home page, click Account Login, and click the You May Register Here link at the bottom of the page.
Input the required personal contact information.
Don't forget the case-sensitive Verification Code at the bottom. Click Submit.
A pop-up box will show your new temporary e-card credentials, including your username, password, and card number. Make note of this information for future log ins.
A pre-filled Login box will appear to the right. Click to log in to your account.