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RILINK's shared catalog is called RICAT. Learn more about it here.

School Districts and Communities



Bristol Warren


         (link to Burrillville public school library catalogs at )

Central Falls


       (link to other public school libraries in Charlestown, Hopkinton or Richmond at )




East Greenwich

East Providence

Exeter-West Greenwich


Foster Glocester






         (link to public school libraries in Lincoln at )

Little Compton

        (no link to online catalog at public schools found)


        (link to public school libraries in Middletown at )


New Shoreham (Block Island)

        (no link to online catalog at public school found)


North Kingstown

         (link to North Kingstown public school libraries at

North Providence

North Smithfield

         (link to North Smithfield school  library catalogs at





        (link to Providence Public School Libraries at



South Kingstown



West Warwick



        (link to Woonsocket public school library catalogs at )

or, Search for Your Library

Use [Ctrl] [F] to search for a word or words in the name of your school.  If you are using a MAC, use [Command/  Apple logo] F to find your school, and [Command/Apple logo] G to go to the next match if the first match found is not the one you want.

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RILINK's Mission

To foster innovative learning and creative research in school libraries through partnerships and resource sharing for student success.

serves over 50% of Rhode Island K-12 students.

Members include

  • 96 elementary schools
  • 3 elementary/middle schools
  • 3 K-12 schools
  • 30 middle/jr. high schools
  • 5 middle/high schools and
  • 23 high schools

- a total of 160 members in 29 school districts.

Try CultureGrams !

If your school library is a RILINK member, you can also access CultureGrams.  Ask your school librarian for the username and password.

Why Read?

Reading Rants, out of the ordinary teen booklists here!

A novel look at how stories may change the brain

Reading and the Common Core

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Get apps for using RICAT and reading Ebooks

Get the Destiny Quest Mobile app for your supported mobile device at either the Android Market or the iOS AppStore. The URL that you need is  Choose your library from the list. The app will save the URL and your library choice, so the next time you use the App, it will go directly to your library.  If you have a username and password, you can log in to access even more Destiny features.

To read eBooks on your library's Follett Shelf, you will also need Follet's BryteWave™ K-12 Edition for Follet Shelf™ users.  This application is available for most mobile devices and platforms.   Get more information on all supported devices on the Follett website.

What's required?

  • Android™ phone (v2.1, 2.2, and 2.3 for phones; v3.0, v3.1, and v3.2 for tablets)
  • iOS phone (v4.2 and higher; second generation iPod touch® and higher; iPhone® 3G and higher; all iPads®)
  • Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HD+
  • Nook® Tablet, Nook® HD, Nook® HDX

Need more help?  Check out our reference and getting started guides for Destiny and eBooks.

When you are using Destiny, page-specific help is available in the upper right-hand corner of most Destiny pages by clicking on [How do I... [ ? ]  You can also get some field-specific help by clicking on the gray question mark  [ ? ] next to the field.

Resources for Teachers

Check out our shared eBook collection.  Ask your librarian for the username and password.

Search Common Core and State Standards handout for teachers.