Virtual Library Card

Don’t have a library card? Only want to use the library’s virtual resources? Now you can access thousands of eBooks, movies, magazines and more from Middlesex County Library's digital library with a virtual library card.

What Can I Do with a Virtual Library Card?

A virtual library card gives you access to:

eBooks and audiobooks with OverDrive 
Movies, music and eBooks with Hoopla
Digital magazines with RB Digital
Music downloads with Freegal
Online instructor led courses with Gale Courses

    *If you already have a Middlesex County Library card, you can access all of these online resources. If you want to learn more, visit your branch and staff will be happy to assist you. 

    Who is Eligible for a Virtual Library Card? 

    Residents of Middlesex County who are at least 14 years old.
    Members of London, Oxford County, Elgin County, St. Thomas, Lambton County, Huron County, Perth County, and Chatham-Kent libraries, who are at least 14 years old.

      Want to Upgrade Your Virtual Library Card?

      A virtual library card is exclusively for the use of electronic resources offered by Middlesex County Library. Upgrading your card allows you to borrow books, DVDs, audiobooks and magazines from any of our 15 branches.

      Your virtual library card can be upgraded by visiting any Middlesex County Library branch and presenting identification showing name and address.  

      Please complete this form to apply for a Middlesex County Library virtual card:

      If a non-resident of Middlesex (including London), you must enter a valid card number from your home library system. If you are a resident of Middlesex County, please disregard.
      After we receive your application we will be in touch via email with more details. Be sure to watch your inbox.