School Partnerships

Virtual Student Library Cards connect students with digital resources, and leverage existing public resources to support student learning. Virtual cards do not replace existing cards - they add access to reputable research tools, one-on-one homework help, eBooks and eAudiobooks, and more!

District Partnerships

Shakopee Public Schools ISD 720

All students in K-12 participate in the Virtual Student Library Card program. After the selecting an Online Resource, students can sign into their account by entering their school district’s three-digit number followed by the student’s ID number (with no dash or space).  

Visit the SPS Learning Commons page for more information. 

Participating schools:

  • Shakopee High School
  • Shakopee East Middle School
  • Shakopee West Middle School
  • Eagle Creek Elementary
  • Red Oak Elementary
  • Sun Path Elementary
  • Sweeney Elementary
  • Tokata Learning Center

Burnsville-Eagan-Savage ISD 191

Students in 6-12 participate in the BES 191 Student Card program. After the selecting an Online Resource, students can sign into their account by entering their school district’s three-digit number followed by the student’s ID number (with no dash or space).  

In partnership with Dakota County Library. Visit the DCL Student Cards page for more information.

Participating schools: 

  • Burnsville High School
  • Eagle Ridge Middle School
  • Metcalf Middle School
  • Nicollet Middle School
  • Burnsville Alternative High School


More Resources

  • Teacher Resources: Learn about our Educator Online Access Card - available to any Scott County educator.
  • Parent Resources:  Find resources to help build a solid education for your child. 
  • Kids & Teens: Check out all of the digital resources and programs we’ve designed just for you!

Questions?

Educators, please contact Scott County Library Learning & Outreach (email behind the link) with questions about library resources or to discuss how we can help with your students’ needs. Families, please contact your school’s Library/Media & Technology Dept. for more information.