When using online resources, you may be prompted to login with your library card number (and possibly your password, which is usually the last four digits of your telephone number). If you are having trouble accessing any of our online resources please contact us.
St. Mary’s County Library and our partners license services and content from third-party vendors who have their own privacy policies and confidentiality practices. When you leave the library website, your interaction with these systems will be governed by their individual privacy policies. We have compiled links to the privacy statements for specific vendors so you can learn how your data is stored and used by them.
The Washington Post (inside the Library)IN LIBRARY USE ONLY
Use this link if you are using the Library's computers or the Library WiFi on your own device. You will be directed to WashingtonPost.com. There should be no paywall and no registration prompt with onsite access. See more information about accessing The Washington Post through St. Mary's County Library.
Using your personal computer or device outside of the Library, use this link to reach a page with the following message: “Your library has provided you with complimentary access to WashingtonPost.com for the next 7 days. To access the site, sign in or create a free Washington Post account.” Register or login by entering an email address and password. Offsite access is available for seven days. On the eighth day, please return to this page and select the offsite access link again; this triggers a new seven day access period. You do not need to pay for an account. See more information about accessing The Washington Post through St. Mary's County Library.