Treehouse Access ended July 30, 2015.

For the last year, Monroe County Public Library has had a relationship with Treehouse to provide access for all Monroe County residents to an online coding education platform. Unfortunately, due to a radical change in Treehouse’s subscription and pricing model, the Library is no longer able to offer free access to Treehouse. Therefore, as of July 30, 2015, accounts with Treehouse are no longer available for free through Monroe County Public Library.

On August 1 your Treehouse account was automatically converted from your Library-based subscription to a subscription directly with Treehouse that includes a free two-week trial period. After the free trial period ends, you will have the option to start a paid subscription with Treehouse. If you do not plan to continue with a paid subscription, make sure to have any in-progress courses completed before your free trial period ends. You will receive an email from Treehouse detailing this process. If you do not wish to continue with Treehouse, you do not need to do anything.

The Library is in the process of exploring alternatives to Treehouse. The Library remains committed to supporting lifelong learning and providing easy access to tools that support skill development in new technologies; coding, programming, and development; and digital creativity. While we explore long-term options to replace Treehouse, we have put together a resource page on our website with useful links to free online learning programs and tutorials.

We would love to hear from you. Send your thoughts, comments, and/or suggestions to sbacks [at] mcpl [dot] info (Steve Backs), the Library's Adult Strategist.