KANSAS LIBRARY eCARD Q & A
The State Library of Kansas works with Kansas libraries to provide research databases and digital library books for all residents. Get your Kansas Library eCard today!
What can I do with a Kansas Library eCard (KSLC)?
Access research databases and learning modules. Use the Digital Book eLending project, which includes ebooks, downloadable audiobooks, and animated storybooks.
How do I get a KSLC?
Request a card at the Stevens County Library or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-544-2301 .
Who can get a KSLC?
Any resident of Kansas may ask for a Kansas Library eCard. There is no age limit, but very young Kansans will need a parent or guardian to request a card on their behalf.
How does the KSLC work?
Your librarian will issue you a 6 digit card number. This number, with your date of birth, allows login from anywhere with Internet access (so it will work no matter where you travel). Birth dates must be entered as MMDDYYYY format.
How do I access the databases?
Log in at kslib.info/ecard. You may be able to access without login from http://kslib.info/eor
How do I use my KSLC for audiobooks or ebooks?
Visit kslib.info/digitalbooks for full instructions as these vary by service.
When does a KSLC expire & can I renew it?
Cards expire 3 years from the date issued. Renew at any library or call the State Library. Check your card’s expiration date by logging in to http://kslib.info/ecard.
What do I do if my KSLC is lost?
Any Kansas library can look up your number & issue a replacement card.
Can I get an eCard if I’m in the military, but currently based out of state or overseas?
Yes. Email email@example.com from your military email. All services work from anywhere!
Need more information or technical help?
Contact the SCL at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-544-2301; or contact the State Library of Kansas at email@example.com or 800-432-3919 or 785-296-3296.