What Students and Teachers Get: connects a student with a professional tutor online to receive help with difficult homework problems, review term papers, and more. Tutors are available everyday from 4:00 to 11:00 PM.


CultureGrams provides current and reliable information on different cultures and countries around the world


NoveList K8 Plus helps readers find the right book by read-a-likes, similar authors, subject, age range, Lexile Reading Levels, Common Core, and more! Michigan residents or Michigan library users only.


Especially for beginning researchers in Kindergarten through Grade 5Kids InfoBits covers geography, current events, the arts, science, health, people, government, history, sports and more. Curriculum-related and age appropriate content is from the best elementary reference sources and magazines. Michigan residents or Michigan library access only.


Online reference sources for kids, teens, and teachers that can be used for writing school papers.


eBooks and eAudiobooks (new titles added every month)


eMagazines (over 90 popular titles)



Music – Five free downloads per week and three hours of streaming per day (over 11 million commercially produced songs and 15,000 music videos) – a great resource for family history assignments


Free use of the library’s WiFi and public computers featuring Microsoft Office applications and the Internet. Children and teens may also enjoy Roblox, Minecraft, and other games featured on our computers and iPads in the Youth Department.



How the Partnership Works:

  • Every student in Roseville Community Schools will be issued a virtual library card using the prefix “RCS” followed by the student’s Roseville school ID number as the library card number.
  • Their four-digit PIN will be the last four digits of the phone number listed in their records. If there is no phone number on file, a four-digit PIN will be automatically provided. Students or parents/guardians may contact the Roseville Public Library to change or obtain the PIN for the virtual card.
  • Students who already have a public library card will retain their card and some students may end up with both a public card and a virtual card.
  • Students living in Roseville are encouraged to upgrade their access so they can check out print materials and more. This must be done at the Roseville Public Library. A library card application with a parent or guardian signature plus photo ID verifying a current Roseville address is required.
  • Teachers, regardless of residency, are encouraged to apply for a library courtesy card if they do not already have one in order to have full access to the resources available to their students.

Access is Only the Beginning:

  • Encouraging students and faculty to use the resources of the public library is a critical part of the success of this program.
  • Regular communication between educators and librarians will help public libraries better respond to student homework assignment needs.
  • Public library summer reading and education programs help participating students maintain or increase grade and reading levels.