Skip to content

While We Are Closed for Christmas, These Online Resources Are Available 24/7

Many of our online resources are available 24/7 right from home! Here are just a few examples of things that you have access to any time with your Franklin Township Library card:


Kanopy | Richland Library

Kanopy is an on-demand streaming service offered to public libraries and universities that differs from other platforms by emphasizing critically-acclaimed movies, inspiring documentaries, and award-winning foreign films. You’re much more likely to find things here that are unavailable elsewhere, such as art house favorites, rare and beloved classics (a large portion of the Criterion Collection is available to stream, for example), independent and hard-hitting documentaries, and much more. You will need your library card number and PIN to create an account.

Click here to get started with Kanopy.


PressReader – Copiague Memorial Public Library

will allow you read the world’s great magazines and newspapers online for free with your library card. You’ll be able to find more than 7,000 of the world’s top newspapers and magazines, including New York Post, Los Angeles TimesThe GuardianNewsweek, Bloomberg Businessweek, US WeeklyChina Daily, and so many more! Content is available in a multitude of languages including Arabic, Chinese, Hindi, and Spanish. You can read directly from your browser or with the PressReader app for iOS, Kindle Fire, Microsoft or Android devices.  Issues are yours to keep, and there are no limits on downloads!

Click here to get started with PressReader.



Gale Presents: Udemy offers more than 8,000 high-quality, on-demand video courses taught by world-class instructors across 75 categories for upskilling in the areas of business, technology, and design. You can also achieve personal success with courses on health and well-being, the arts, language learning, and more. Available both through your browser and apps on both Android and Apple devices Gale Presents: Udemy will offer a wealth of content for anyone interested in learning.

Click here to get started with Udemy.

Herrick Library | Ebooks

CloudLibrary is a free service that allows you to download eBooks and eAudio books. Once you create an account using your library card number, PIN, and email address, you will have access to hundreds of titles! When using a mobile device, you will need to download the free app. Click here to download the CloudLibrary app.

For information on our other eReading apps, please click here.

mango-languages-logo - Princeton Public Library

Mango Languages is an intuitive language learning program that is available in more than 70 languages. This learning tool specializes in using real-life situations that teach in a practical way; ordering food, asking for directions, and beginning casual conversations are emphasized as realistic ways to become acquainted with your language of choice. The best part? As a Franklin Township Library patron, this program is offered to you free of charge! Click here to start exploring Mango Languages!

File:New York Times logo variation.jpg - Wikimedia Commons

You’ve probably had the unfortunate experience of hitting a paywall when trying to read an interesting online article from a larger newspaper. As an FTPL patron, you have free unlimited access to the New York Times! To access the NYT from outside the library, you will need to access and redeem a code provided by the website. Click here to find out how!

NoveList Plus for Reading Suggestions | Richland Library

Use this resource to find your next favorite book or author! Novelist is an ideal way to discover new authors or find an author whose style matches your own personal taste. Special search features give the reader the ability to find a book by describing the plot, locating a series name, or reviewing suggested reading lists. Lists of titles are grouped by content and age group in order to find the best fit for your reading preference and level. Click here to get started. (Scroll down to N for NoveList. You will need your FTPL card to begin!)

There’s more where that came from! Click here to see what else is available with your FTPL card!

If you have any questions about our online resources, please leave a comment below!

Thanks for reading!
-George, FTPL

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.