Wayne Public Library Partnership

Wayne Public Library's Online Resources

can be viewed here on their website. Below is a slideshow that will walk you through these resources. You can also see Screencastify Videos and/or downloads explaining how to access and use some of those resources on the HOW TO page. To view the slideshow below, you must be logged into your Wayne Schools Account. And of course, remember all these are FREE for you to use as a Wayne resident! You can see a brochure with a list of the WPL resources HERE.

Freegal (music)

Freading (ebooks, audiobooks)

eMagazines- Magazines can be found using Libby and Overdrive Here's a step-by-step video showing how to log in and find magazines on Libby, and one for if you would prefer to use Overdrive.

Hoopla (audiobooks, music, movies, television, documentaries)

PALS Plus NJ Overdrive (ebooks and audiobooks)

Rosetta Stone Languages (learn multiple languages or get some extra practice on Spanish, French, etc.)

You must be logged into your Wayne Hills Account to see the slideshow below:

FOR KIDS Public Library Resources slideshow

Introduction Letter

Dear Parents, Guardians, Students, and Faculty,

We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the Wayne Public Library enables our students to have a Public Library Card that gives them access to all the online resources our Public Library (and P.A.L.S.) has to offer.

To facilitate this, we are asking that any incoming freshmen AND all new students fill out this Google Form (https://forms.gle/FFcwK7tmiNP1W4M99 )

If you already filled out the form to get a card last year, that card number will still work, and you do not need to fill out the form again.

Once filled out, the library will assign a new library card number to the student (or let them know what their library card number is if they have forgotten it). The email with this information will go to the student's Wayne Schools email address.

If students would like access to physical resources in the library (books, DVDs, etc.), parents/guardians would also need to sign a form located at http://www.waynepubliclibrary.org/images/pdf/adults/librarycard_app2016.pdf and bring that to the library. The Google Form application and digital card number will only allow access to ONLINE RESOURCES.

As a reminder, all students are expected and required to abide by the Wayne County Schools Acceptable Use Policy for Technology In Secondary Schools, which can be accessed here: https://www.straussesmay.com/seportal/Public/DistrictPolicy.aspx?policyid=2361&search=2361&id=6218b96ed1f54935af593c79cd329a04

Thank-you for your help and cooperation.

All the best,

Kristen Caldwell


Wayne Hills High School Librarian