With most of us stuck close to home and concerned about sanitizing, this is a great opportunity to get in some spring cleaning. We've got you covered with all kinds of digital resources, free of cost and germs, to help you organize and clean like a pro.
Don't let our library closures keep you from connecting with us. Let’s meet virtually! This week we're hosting these fun online programs where you can continue to learn new skills, attend storytime, and use our online resources from your computer. Monday, March 30, 2020 Live Stream Monday’s Event At Home Storytime With Deidre 10:30 AM…
Bored with Netflix? Already burned through your books and magazines at home? We've got eBooks, eAudiobooks, streaming media, digital newspapers, and eMagazines that are available for you to check out instantly.
Getting help from our knowledgeable librarians has never been easier. We’re excited to launch a new text messaging service, making real-time support available at the tip of your fingers.
Many of us are adjusting to the new normal of life during COVID-19, practicing social distancing, working from home, or schooling from home. At San Mateo County Libraries, we are adjusting, too.
Feeling anxious and stressed? Having a hard time focusing? You're not alone. We've assembled a list of online resources to help you find some serenity and calm amidst social distancing.
While some schools, tutoring facilities, and community learning centers have temporarily closed, smcl.org is always open with free online resources available to access from home 24/7.
Due to COVID-19, the Library JPA Governing Board made the difficult decision to close all libraries to public access effective March 16 through at least April 30.
Chances are you have heard a lot about the coronavirus in conversation, on the news, and on social media. Although terms like COVID-19 and outbreak can be stressful, you can arm yourself with common hygienic practices—like thoroughly washing your hands—and accurate, up-to-date information from reliable sources.