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Streaming Video

Access Video on Demand: Just for Kids

Access Video on Demand: Just for Kids includes clips from thousands of fun and informative video and audio titles on topics including music and arts, animals, sports and hobbies, math and science, history, reading, and much more, plus hundreds of educational interactives—kid-safe, ad-free, and perfect for children’s programs.

Access Video on Demand: Master Collection

Access Video on Demand: Master Collection provides unlimited access to thousands of full-length videos and clips, on or off site. With easily accessible, meaningful video content for all patrons, this streaming video solution features exclusive, high-interest videos from top producers, plus new content is added regularly.

ArtistWorks

ArtistWorks for Libraries provides you with world-class instruction through self-paced video lessons from Grammy Award-winning music professionals. ArtistWorks for Libraries offers everything you need for musical instruction, from introduction to advanced performance.

The Great Courses

The Great Courses Channel includes over 150 of the most popular courses taught by the world’s top professors. Gain unlimited access to the world’s most engaging professors enabling you to delve into an immersive learning experience, covering a wide variety of subjects including: Health, History, Language Arts, and Science.

IndieFlix

With IndieFlix, you can enjoy award-winning comedies, documentaries, drama, animation, shorts, and classic TV. Instantly view thousands of titles from around the world including the best of classic TV, horror, comedy, film-festival darlings, and more.

There's an app for that!  »  IndieFlix for Apple  |  IndieFlix for Android

Libby

Have you met Libby? Libby is a sleek and user-friendly app which puts all your OverDrive eBook, eAudio, digital magazine and comic, and streaming video content in one place! Browse, search, and check out titles and read and listen to them within the app. Add multiple Cobb library card accounts or accounts from other library systems you may belong to, and keep track of it all. Libby is your new best friend!

There's an app for that!  »  Libby for Apple  |  Libby for Android

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is an online learning site that hosts a constantly growing library of over 3,000 courses that include over 130,000 videos. Courses cover a variety of topics (including business, design, web development, and multimedia skills) and software (Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and open source applications) that can help you pursue personal and professional goals.

There's an app for that!  »  LinkedIn Learning for Apple  |  LinkedIn Learning for Android

If you are using the app, use the library code cobblibrary to gain access.

OverDrive

OverDrive is an online collection of downloadable eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines and comics, and streaming video. Enjoy the same checkout period as physical materials with no fines! Browse through thousands of titles and get watching today!

There's an app for that!  »  OverDrive for Apple  |  OverDrive for Android

Qello

Stingray Qello is the only place to watch over 1,700 of the most amazing live moments in music. It’s the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device. It’s like a never-ending concert ticket!

There's an app for that!  »  Qello for Apple  |  Qello for Android

General Help

I don't have a library card. Can I still use these resources?

We'd love to sign you up for a library card! Cobb County residents, property owners, educators, and employees are eligible for a free library card. Learn how to sign up here!

I don't remember my library card number and/or PIN. What should I do?

To retrieve your library card number, please visit any of our 15 libraries with your current ID. Staff will verify your name and address and provide you with your library card number.

To retrieve your PIN, please visit any of our 15 libraries with your library card. Staff may ask you to verify your information with your current ID. You may also call any of our 15 libraries or our Customer Service Department at (770) 528-2326. Staff will ask for your library card number. Names and addresses will not be accepted over the phone in lieu of a library card number.

Do I have to be in the library to use these resources? Can I use them from home?

Nearly all of our online resources are available to use outside of our libraries. The notable exceptions are Ancestry and FamilySearch. You must be in the library to use these two resources.

Why am I being asked for a password or to log in to use a resource?

When using many of our resources and databases remotely (anywhere outside of our libraries), you may be asked to enter a password or to log in with your library card number and PIN. This allows the resource or database to authenticate you as a Cobb County library cardholder.