Library e-services

  • Besides the collection of physical books, periodicals, and media available at the Inyo County Free Library branches the library also offers other services online. 
See list of categories below.

Alphabetical List of E-Services

Many of the services below require an Inyo County Library Card with a barcode. Visit your local Inyo County Library Branch to sign up.

Don't Have A Library Card?  Sign up for an e-Card  here


e-resources for Children & Teens



Public Online Resources from the State Library 
Public Online Resources from the California State Library



Legal Research

LexisNexis is the industry’s premier resource for primary law with the most comprehensive collection of case law, statutes and regulations.

Easily search your way—by entering a citation, terms and connectors or a natural language search … or by using document parts (segments) in a form-based approach … or by going right to a topic, practice area or jurisdiction.


Palace App

Palace Project

Reading library eBooks just got easier with Palace. 

Introducing the Palace Project, an e-reading experience developed by and for libraries. With the Palace app you have access to the library’s digital collections in one place. Enjoy thousands of free books from the Palace Bookshelf as well as titles your library has purchased through the Palace Marketplace–available exclusively in the app. Download the Palace app for Android or Apple iOS today!

Apple app store

Google Play

How to use Palace (YouTube)




Brainfuse HelpNow is an all-in-one suite of tutoring services designed for a wide range of academic needs whether it’s tackling a tough homework problem, mastering a particular topic, or writing a paper.

Ukraine and Russia

From Salem Press a new collection of essays on the topic of
Ukraine & Russia

Ukraine & Russia

California's Library Services for People with Print Disabilities

CALIFORNIA'S LIBRARY SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH PRINT DISABILITIES, in association with the Library of Congress, provides free Braille and audio books, magazines and playback equipment to all eligible Californians unable to read standard print.  Click here to find your local braille and talking book library and sign up for free library service.