All digital resources are available 24/7 to San Anselmo residents to use from home or in the Library. To access these digital resources from home, you will need your library card number and password.
For access to additional resources available to you with your library card and password, please see the MARINet list of Reference Databases.
For access to digital services for kids and teens, please see the San Anselmo Public Library's e-library for kids webpage.
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Enjoy instant access to up to 8 movies a month on Kanopy! Films check out for 3 days and you can watch your movies on your computer using your internet browser or download the Kanopy app to your mobile device.
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The New York Times
Stay up to date with The New York Times! Redeem a 24 hour pass, create or log in to your New York Times account, and read news from around the world.
To access in the library, login to NYTimes.com with your NYTimes.com account. If you don't have a NYTimes.com account, you can create one on a library computer by clicking here.
ProQuest Newsstand includes international, national and regional papers such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Guardian, El Norte, Jerusalem Post, and South China Morning Post.
Enjoy full access to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) online with your San Anselmo Public Library card!
Click here and type in your library card number and password/PIN. You will be taken to our WSJ portal to create a WSJ account. If you already have a WSJ account, click the "Sign In" button instead.
Log in with your WSJ account to redeem a 72-hour pass. Renew your 72-hour pass as many times as you want and stay up-to-date with all the latest news from the WSJ.