How do I get a Kansas Library eCard?
Request a card at your local public, academic, or school library. The library may require some proof of your Kansas residency. The staff will enter your full name and date of birth into the Kansas Library eCard database.
The library will provide you with a paper card, which will have your KSLC number. Your birthdate in MMDDYYYY format will be the password, and it will expire 3 years after creation.

Optional: provide an email to have the system send your card's details by email instead of using the paper card.

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1. What is the Kansas Library eCard (KSLC)?
2. How do I get a Kansas Library eCard?
3. Who can get a card & is there an age limit?
4. Where do I log in to access the databases?
5. How do I use the card with statewide audiobooks or ebooks?
6. When does my card expire & how do I renew it?
7. I'm in the military and currently based out of state. Can I get a card?
8. I reside outside of Kansas - can I still get a card?
9. I've lost my card, who do I contact?
10. I receive an error message when attempting to login. What should I do?
11. Can I use the card to check out books, DVDs, and other regular library materials?
12. Are any of the online resources useful to non-English language readers?
13. Will my use of the Kansas Library eCard be monitored?
14. History of the Kansas Library eCard