Arts from Home

–From Jennifer B.
The Iraqi Jewish Archive features books and documents dating from the mid-16th century to the 1970s. You can access it here:
https://ijarchive.org/

–From Jennifer B.
This article offers a list of local museums offering virtual tours and YouTube channels to visit from the confines (:-/ !!) of your home. (Thanks, Jennifer!)
Hartford Courant: Art Lovers

–From Jennifer B.
Here is the list of electronic resources offered by NHFPL:
http://nhfpl.org/collections/research-databases-2/

Patrons can now download audiobooks and ebooks from RBDigital without a library card: https://iconnct.rbdigital.com/

A bit about how to gain access:https://egoct.org/
” Students and patrons can visit RBDigital and select  the register option on the right side of the page and follow these simple steps. Create a user name and password and use ctstatelib20 for the access code. Provide first name, last name, e-mail, and postal code.  Check the box to accept the terms of service and privacy policy and click on the register button. That’s all there is to it. They can now access the Connecticut State Library’s eAudio and eBook collection from RBDigital”

It looks like the National Emergency Library can also be accessed without a library card:
http://blog.archive.org/2020/03/24/announcing-a-national-emergency-library-to-provide-digitized-books-to-students-and-the-public/
https://archive.org/details/nationalemergencylibrary

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