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Library e-Resources

NC LIVE - Our main database is NC LIVE. NC LIVE is a public service that provides North Carolinians with free 24/7 online access to reliable information and resources that enhance education, statewide economic development, and quality of life.

NC LIVE resources are online library resources that can be used from the convenience of your own home with an Internet connection. By working collaboratively, NC LIVE saves NC libraries money and puts all North Carolinians in a better position to make decisions, take action, and find the information they need.

What’s available:

  • 25,000 eBooks
  • 18,000 full text journals, magazines, newspapers 400 videos
  • Thousand of images and maps
  • Interactive tests and tools

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The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications.

Help Cabarrus Play

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications.

The start of something big(ger)—Drop-in meeting, May 30

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting application.

The start of something big(ger)—Drop-in meeting, May 30

The Cabarrus County Active Living and Parks Commission is accepting applications

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How can I get a library card?

CCPL library cards are available for free to residents of Cabarrus County, ages 5 and up, along with: 

  • Rowan County residents
  • Employees of Cabarrus County
  • Employees of Cabarrus County Schools
  • Employees of Kannapolis City Schools
  • Students and Faculty of Barber-Scotia College, Rowan Cabarrus Community College, Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, Woodson University

A picture ID and proof of address is required to get a library card. Any eligible non-residents listed above should bring proof of employment/enrollment. Children's cards must be linked to an adult card, who assumes responsibility for those materials. 

Non-residents may also get a card for a $15 annual fee. For all guidelines and rules regarding library cards, please review our Circulation Policy

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