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Posted on: February 20, 2019

Puzzled by our digital services? Learn about them using our online tutorials!

Shreve Memorial Library Academy

Have you ever used any of our online services? Our Shreve Memorial Library Academy has free videos and instructions on how to use our online resources. Make sure to use them and you will be reading e-books and searching our databases in no time!

Through the Shreve Memorial Library Academy, you can access free online tutorials for digital services offered by the library. Powered by the Niche Academy, the online tutorials are available anytime, anywhere.

Courses offered through the Shreve Memorial Library Academy combine video and text to teach users the ins and outs of various platforms and digital resources. Online tutorials currently available include: Overdrive and the Libby app, Hoopla, Flipster, Ancestry Library Edition, Pronunciator, NoveList Plus, Homework Louisiana (, ReferenceUSA, Gale Virtual Reference Library, Learning Express Library, Tumblebook Library, and Beanstack.

There are also tutorials available about social media platforms such as Goodreads, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Gmail, and Snapchat.

Shreve Memorial Library Academy online tutorials are accessed through the library’s website by clicking on the “Tutorials” button located on the right-hand side of the screen. From there, users are able to select the course they would like to complete.

If you like to learn in person, our libraries also offer computer classes reviewing our library apps. Check out our Calendar page to see when a class is happening at your branch. 

You can also find more information about our digital services on our E-Branch page or contact our E-Branch Manager Caleb Sheaffer (318-226-4784) for more information or if you have questions. For a complete list of online resources available with your library card, visit our State Library Database page.  

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