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JCLS Media Resources: #StayHome Resources

The latest news and information about the JCLS system.

#StayHome Resources

Resources for Adults

Digital Collection

Hoopla grants you access to a comprehensive catalog of movies, TV shows, music, eBooks, audiobooks and comics, ranging from major studios to indie artists and authors. Sometimes likened to "Netflix for libraries," Hoopla is the place to go for movie night and beyond.

Flipster offers a selection of popular current and past issue magazines for access online and via the Flipster app, available for Android and iOS devices.

Library2Go focuses on books in ePUB and Kindle formats, as well as MP3 Audiobooks. This means you can checkout and read or listen to titles on nearly any device you have. There are over 35,000 titles to choose from and a collection of always-available content.

Kanopy presents thoughtful entertainment from your library. Kanopy showcases more than 30,000 of the world’s best films, including award-winning documentaries, rare and hard-to-find titles, film festival favorites, indie and classic films, and world cinema.

RomanceBookCloud offers unlimited and unrestricted access to a huge selection of romance eBooks.

Online Learning

Mango Languages offers language learning tools online and via app.

Chilton's Automotive is your resource for do-it-yourself auto care.

Learning Express offers practice tests for GED, SAT, ACT, and others; improve writing and math skills; learn various computer skills; learn job skills; and take tests for various careers; as well as U.S.citizenship practice.

HeritageQuest lets you Search US Federal census; full-text genealogical and local history books; citations from PERSI (Periodical Source Index); the Freedman's Bureau; Revolutionary War records; and US Serials Set.

Find additional resources here.

Resources for Teens and Tweens

Online Learning

Mango Languages offers language learning tools online and via app.

Learning Express offers practice tests for GED, SAT, ACT, and others; improve writing and math skills; learn various computer skills; learn job skills; and take tests for various careers.

Gale in Context: Middle School provides curated resources with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more.

Gale in Context: High School provides curated resources with age-appropriate videos, newspapers, magazines, primary sources, and much more.

Find additional resources here.

Resources for Kids and Families

Digital Collection

TumbleBook Library has over 1100 titles for grades K-6, and includes unique animated, talking picture books, read-along chapter books, national geographic videos, non-fiction books, playlists, as well as books in Spanish and French. Plus, the collection features Graphic Novels, as well as Math Stories.

Kanopy Kids offers a curated collection of entertainment and education films specifically for preschool-aged children and up.


JCLS Virtual Storytime lets you watch a storytime program online at any time, with full programs as well as breakout rhymes.

Dial-A-Story lets you call at any time for a story. (541 774-6439)

Find additional resources here.

Resources for Small Businesses


Jackson County COVID-19 Response provides a daily situational update as well as emergency news and information.

Oregon Response provides Coronavirus information and resources, executive order updates and information about sick leave and unemployment.

Nonprofit Organizations

Chronicle for Philanthropy offers updated help for nonprofits during the coronavirus and uncertain economic times.

National Council of Nonprofits provides information on the impacts on nonprofits, guidance on moving forward as well as state and other resources.

Organizations Supporting Small Businesses

Business Oregon offers resources for businesses, a survival guide, and planning, counseling, and general resources.

Travel Oregon has posted a COVID-19 Toolkit for businesses.

Find additional resources here.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Where and How To Get a Vaccine

United Healthcare
Jackson County Health and Human Services
  • COVID-19 Vaccine: Latest Updates
    • Vaccine Eligibility
    • How do I find if I'm eligible to get vaccinated?
    • Phases currently being vaccinated
    • Where to get vaccinated in Jackson County

Vaccine Information Authorities

Western States Scientific Safety Review Work Group
Office of the Governor
Medline Plus
  • Vaccines
    • What are vaccines?
    • What are immunization and vaccination?
    • Why are vaccines important?
    • Are vaccines safe?
    • What is a vaccine schedule?
Centers for Disease Control

Vaccine News

New York Times
  • Coronavirus Vaccine TrackerOngoing updates
    • Internation additional and updates
    • Leading vaccines
    • Vaccine testing process
    • Genetic vaccines
    • Viral vector vaccines
    • Protein-based vaccines
    • Inactivated or attenuated cornavirus vaccines
    • Repurposed vaccines
    • Tracking the Coronavirus
Oregon Public Broadcasting
Centers for Disease Control
  • New COVID-19 VariantsPublished 1.3.2021
    • What we know
    • What we do not know
    • What it means
    • What CDC is down
Food and Drug Administration
  • COVID-19 VaccinesOngoing Updates
    • FDA COVID-19 Vaccine News and Updates
    • COVID-19 Vaccines Authorized for Emergency Use
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Information
    • Vaccine is currently not available to the general public
    • Frequently Asked Questions
    • COVID-19 vaccine resources
Oregon Health Authority

Library FAQ

Can I come inside the library?

Currently we are not allowing patrons inside to browse. Holds can be picked up at the front door during normal operating hours. We are allowing limited number of people inside to use computers for one 50-minute session per day.

Can I call ahead to have my materials checked out so they are ready when I arrive?

Yes! Just call your branch ahead of time and have your library card number ready. Then call again once you have arrived at the library.

What if I don't know what book I want?

We have introduced JCLS Discovery, a new way for patrons to request book suggestions that can be picked up at the front door, like held items. Try it out! 

What steps are you taking to support patron safety?

For more information on the procedures we have put in place please see our Press Release.

Additional questions?

Email us at and we will get back to you as soon as possible.