New digital services

Updated March 16, 2020

We are happy to bring you new services in 2020! Your library card now grants you access to even more resources that are accessible from home. You can now receive free online homework help, stream movies, and read The Sacramento Bee -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Here is a quick breakdown of the new services available online.

Zip books - request books the Roseville Public Library doesn't own and have them shipped directly to your home! Get started here.

Homework help -- You can receive free online tutoring*, test prep, and skills building exercises with Brainfuse. Get started here.

Newspapers – Read The Sacramento Bee, Roseville Press Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle and dozens of other regional newspapers with NewsBank. We also offer free online access to The New York Times. Get started here.

Movie streaming – Stream thousands of movies with Kanopy. Get started here.

Lastly, don’t forget about our eBook and eAudiobook options, available through the Libby and cloudLibrary apps.

Any questions? Please contact us! To sign up for a library card, please visit any of our branches during open hours.

*Please note, online tutoring is available only from 2-10 PM. All other services available through Brainfuse are available at all times.