If you are a local resident who can provide proof of residency in Seward, Moose Pass, or Cooper Landing, you may get a library card at no cost to check out up to 12 items in the Joint Library Catalog and access the Alaska Digital Library.
If you are not a local resident, you may obtain a temporary library card by providing proof of a local mailing address and local reference. Temporary patrons are limited to three items at checkout from our local collection.
Library Card Policy [pdf]
Joint Library Catalog
Our online library catalog is available to browse and search our local collection as well as the collections of our partner libraries. Regular patrons may log in to their accounts using their library card numbers. Please contact us if you require assistance.
Regular patrons may access their accounts on the Joint Library Catalog to place holds by logging in with their library card number.
Regular patrons may request material not available in the Joint Library Catalog by contacting us with title and author, your full name and a reliable phone number or email address. ILLs may take up to 2 weeks to arrive, due to shipping and processing variations. Materials are shipped back if not picked up within 2 weeks of arrival and shipping charges will be applied to the borrowers account.
Digital Audiobooks & eBooks
Regular patrons may borrow eBooks, audio-books and music from Alaska Digital Library
using their library card number.
Residents of Alaska may access free online reference, research, facts & fun for all ages at the Statewide Library Electronic Doorway
courtesy of the Alaska State Library and the Alaska Library Network.
Audio video equipment is available for overnight check-out to local patrons in good
standing. A deposit may be required.
- computer projector
- overhead projector
- projector screen
- slide projector
Alaska OWL Program
The Seward Community Library & Museum participates in the Alaska OWL (Online With Libraries) Program
funded by the State of Alaska. This program seeks to improve the
computing capabilities of Alaska public libraries through bandwidth
support, videoconferencing services, and digital literacy training for participating libraries.
Equipment provided by generous grants through the OWL Program:
- Laptops for classes and programs
- Public access computers
- Video conferencing equipment