Take Advantage of Online Resources Provided by the Crofton Library in Millersville

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Whether you want to learn new skills or curl up with a good book, the Crofton Library has you covered. There’s always so much to discover, and you can enjoy many of the library’s online resources from the comfort of home. Here is a sample of what you’ll find from our Millersville apartments:


Udemy improves lives through learning. It offers thousands of on-demand video courses and connects students to the world’s best instructors. The teachers are experts in their fields. They provide the most up-to-date content, and are passionate about sharing their knowledge.  Enjoy courses in marketing, photography, personal development, and more. 

The Great Courses 

The Great Courses partners with premier institutions to offer exciting classes you won’t soon forget. Students can choose from hundreds of subjects. You’ll work at your own pace, and new courses are frequently added. Bring out your inner artist during How to Draw for Beginners. Instructor David Brody boasts over 40 years of study, studio work, and teaching experience. Known for his inspiring style, he’ll take you step-by-step through the elements of drawing.

E-books and Audiobooks 

If you’ve never accessed the library’s digital collection, take the Intro to Library E-books and Streaming class. Held bi-weekly over Zoom, the staff can help you get started and answer any questions. The e-books/audiobooks come in dozens of genres. Enjoy Unsolved. Written by James Patterson and David Ellis, it follows FBI agent Emmy Dockery. She has an impressive string of arrests. But a baffling new case is proving difficult, especially with the suspect one step ahead of her every move.

From these online resources to virtual language classes, there are so many ways to learn and explore in Millersville.

To call our apartments in Millersville home, please contact us. We’d love for you to see firsthand all that The Elms at Old Mill has to offer. 

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