Tallinn Central Library provides online registration for those Estonian citizens who are not yet readers in order to grant access to e-library ELLU. According to vice mayor Vadim Belobrovtsev e-library ELLU is a free service of Tallinn Central Library. „We wish to contribute to the wellbeing of Estonian people, so that during these trying times they could be happy. Now many people are required to stay at home. This is a great opportunity to read books“ says Belobrovtsev. „E-library ELLU offers a wide variety of 21st century e-books in Estonian both from Estonian and foreign writers.“
Due to national emergency Tallinn Central Library will obtain and increase the amount e-book licences to comply with the growing number of loans. In addition to following writers in the e-library, users can also make their own wish list of e-books.
E-books that are already being read can be put on waiting list. All e-books have a preview which allows to view the first pages of the e-book without loaning it. Visually impaired people can also use ELLU. More information about ELLU and its services can be found on ELLU’s webpage.
E-library ELLU was created 8 years ago. Information about how to register as Tallinn Central Library’s reeder can be found its webpage. Use your national identification code as user name and your My ESTER password to log into ELLU.
Tallinn Central Library is opened as of now in four locations: Estonia pst 8 Department of Estonian Literature news auditorium, Liivalaia 40 Department of Foreign Literature event auditorium, Vilde tee 72 Kännukuke Library auditorium and Paepealse Library second floor stairgallery.