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Update as of November 6, 2023

EVPL and EVSC are working to make eAccess cards available again for students. EVPL and EVSC have both had recent major information systems changes. Due to this, staff are determining how these new systems work together. We thank you for your patience as we work through these challenges and will inform you once we have successfully completed the eAccess card setup. Please know this is a high priority for both organizations.

What is an eAccess EVPL card?

eAccess EVPL Cards provide access to EVPL’s public computers, online databases, and digital collections.

Who is eligible for an eAccess EVPL card?

eAccess cards are available to the following:

  • Student eAccess – Students enrolled in pre-K–12 schools in Vanderburgh County in which the school has chosen to enter into a partnership with EVPL. For more information and support regarding Student eAccess Cards, see student eAccess resources. For questions regarding these cards and student, homeschool, or school support, call us at 812.428.8229.
  • Business eAccess – Persons living outside Vanderburgh County who are employed in businesses located in Vanderburgh County – may have access to databases and public computers only.
  • General eAccess – Persons who cannot provide verification of permanent or temporary residency.

How do I get an eAccess EVPL card?

Students seeking an eAccess card must be enrolled at one of the participating schools. If enrolled, students will receive their cards through the school. Individuals who are seeking other forms of an eAccess card can visit any of EVPL’s eight locations.

How do I access EVPL’s digital resources with my card?

To borrow digital materials, visit our Read, Watch, and Listen pages. If you would like to explore our databases, visit our Research page. When you access some resources outside of an EVPL location, you may be asked to provide your eAccess card number and PIN.

I would like to borrow physical library materials. How can I do this?

Borrowing physical library materials can be done with a Standard EVPL Card or one of our other cards types. For more information about EVPL cards, see our Library Cards page.

If you are in need of assistance or have any questions, please see our EVPL eAccess Cards FAQs, send us a message, give us a call, or visit one of our locations.

EVPL Staff

With 8 locations throughout Vanderburgh County, EVPL is ready to discover, explore, and connect WITH you! We encourage you to uncover new things, revisit old favorites, and to engage with us along the way.
All EVPL locations will be closed Monday, March 11, for our Staff Development Day.But our digital resources are available 24/7.
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