Sesame Street eBooks make story time extra engaging with bright pages, audio narration, interactivity, animation, and more.
A library subscription to the Sesame Street eBookstore allows you to offer your patrons UNLIMITED access to MORE THAN 150 eBooks.
Common Username Login
This allows the library patrons to access the Sesame Street eBooks portal from any supported web browser using the login credentials provided.
With the help of login credentials the library patrons can log into the Sesame Street bookshelf and read books.
- Open the browser window.
- Type in the URL (ebooks.sesamestreet.org) in the address bar.
- Click on Login
- Enter the Username & password and Hit Login.
- Click on My Bookshelf .
The referral URL option allows remote library users to log into the library’s network; the users are then provided an authenticated page (only the library users can access) on the library’s network. The URL of this page is configured against the library’s account; this allows the users to gain access to the bookshelf without using login credentials.
A button or a link on the authenticated page that will direct them to the eBooks site (for example: ebooks.sesamestreet.org) needs to be setup on the landing page(the page a patron reaches after entering their library card number/barcodes). Once this link/button is created, the library will have to send us the URL of that landing page that now contains the link/button. We will use that URL to provide Referrer URL access, which will enable readers to access books remotely without having to login.
Insert this image or the optional button images attached with this article on your website (preferably after the Login page) :
Link the Sesame Street button to ebooks.sesamestreet.org as shown in the image below.
Following which, please share the URL of the landing page in which the button has been shared with the Impelsys Support Team to have complete access to the Sesame Street e Books.
Institutional access supports IP address authentication on the portal. It allows the institution to setup their account on the portal so that any user accessing the portal from within their premises can get direct access to the bookshelf. The IP authentication requires specifying the IP address or the range of IP addresses. This helps the institution to restrict the accessibility of the portal to a particular IP range.
Note: We cannot give access to Private IP addresses. Listed below is ur Public IP Address.