The Library offers special services and resources for educators, teachers and students of all ages and levels. We make it easy to borrow great books for your classroom. Our no-cost Education Programs engage students around the curriculum. We love visiting your classroom and welcoming your class to their neighbourhood Library branch. We're here to support you and your students.
With an Educator Card, you can borrow up to 60 children's or teen materials for 6 weeks and place up to 60 holds. We make it easy for you to provide an in-classroom, rotating collection of books for your students to both foster a love of reading and offer supplemental curriculum support.
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From exploring environmental stewardship, to 3D printing, our no-cost programs for every grade level are directly linked to the curriculum and can be delivered in your classroom or at the Library.
Class Visits and Tours
Bring your class to the Library for a visit or tour so they can learn about all the great, free resources available to them at the Library and how to use them. You can book a visit at most Library locations.
Library Cards For Students
If you would like to arrange for Library Cards for your students, please print off forms and distribute to your class. A parent or guardian must sign the application form for children under 16 years. Drop off completed application forms at least one week prior to your program so the cards are ready for your students.
Information About Educator Cards
An educator card is available for anyone currently working at an education facility in the City of London or in the counties of Middlesex, Oxford and Elgin (with the exception of Woodstock).
The primary goal of the Educator card is to provide teachers and early childhood educators with access to material that support their students in the classroom.
This card comes with many privileges unique to your status as an educator and is intended for professional use only.
Those eligible for an Educator Card include:
- K-12 classroom teachers in public and private schools
- Early Childhood Educators
- EarlyON Family Centre employees or afterschool program providers
- People who meet this criteria from the surrounding Indigenous communities
We make it easy for you to provide an in-classroom rotating collection for your students to both foster a love of reading and offer supplemental curriculum support.
Educator cards enable you to borrow up to 60 children's and teen's materials for 6 weeks and place up to 60 holds.
Educator cards expire every August.
Sign up for your Educator card at any London Public Library location now!
Simply show us your personal ID and proof of employment:
- ID card
- Business card
- Professional education organization membership card
Replacement charges for items will apply if they are not returned.