Ocean County Public Library Home Page.
Here you will find highlighted information on upcoming programs, what to read, resources for research, volunteer opportunities and so much more!
* NEW* Education Initiative: Ocean County Public Library an ongoing partnership between the Ocean County Library and our schools. Our goal is to put a library card in the hand of every student and to better serve the curriculum needs of educators, students, and their families. Our librarians can provide professional development hours for educators. We can also visit classrooms to promote reading and demonstrate online resources for research and enrichment. These resources are free to access with your library card.
Find books, movies, music and more in the OCPL catalog.
Access all 113 databases of the Ocean County Library. You can access newspapers, magazines, and reference books online 24/7. Just make sure you have your library card out!
Free downloads of audio books & eBooks to your favorite devices including the Kindle are now available 24/7 with eLibraryNJ eBooks. Log in to eLibraryNJ with your library card before browsing. You'll see more titles and more copies of popular titles reserved exclusively for Ocean County Library cardholders.
The New Jersey State Library, an affiliate of Thomas Edison State University, is led by State Librarian Mary L. Chute and provides services for NJ libraries, the state legislature and government employees, Thomas Edison State University staff and students, and registered borrowers.
JerseyClicks is New Jersey's statewide portal that features federated searching of the statewide full-text databases offered by the New Jersey State Library, the New Jersey Network, and funds from the Library Services and Technology Act. The portal can be found at www.jerseyclicks.org. New Jersey residents can search the full-text databases through one user-friendly interface.
State legal collections, newspapers, genealogy, and Jerseyana.
Welcome! The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center (TBBC) serves New Jersey residents of all ages (children, teens and adults) who cannot read standard print or who cannot hold a book or turn the pages of a book because of a physical impairment, a reading disability, or a visual impairment.