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Frequently asked questions about the virtual student library card.

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How do students access their Virtual Student Library Card?

Answer

Students can log into any of the Scott County Public Library resources using their Virtual Student Library Card. Their library card number is 720+Student ID#, and their default pin number is the last four digits of their Virtual Student Library Card number.  

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What will the Virtual Student Library Card access?

Answer

Students will have access to all of Scott County Library's Digital Resources and will be able to check out two physical materials at a time.  Students will be able to access all things that a standard library card does.

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What if a student already has a physical Scott County Library card?

Answer

Students' original cards will not be replaced, and students can use either card.  

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Are there fines associated with the Virtual Student Library Card?

Answer

The Virtual Student Library Card is a fine-free account for overdue physical materials. However, fines will be charged for lost or damaged materials.  

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Which grade levels currently have access?

Answer

K-12th grade students all have access as of December 2019.

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Can I use my Virtual Student Library Card in Scott County Library branches?

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Students can use their Virtual Student Library Card online and in Scott County Library branches. 

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When will my Virtual Student Library Card expire?

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Students' Virtual Student Library Cards will expire on July 1st following their graduation year.

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How do I opt out of the Virtual Student Library Card partnership?

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Families can opt out of the partnership by visiting bit.ly/cardoptout.

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If I have previously opted out of the Virtual Student Library Card partnership, but wish to opt back in, who do I contact?

Answer

To opt back in to the Virtual Student Library Card partnership, please contact Secondary District Media Specialist, Sandra Reishus, or Elementary District Media Specialist, Kathryn Bohn.