One of the biggest benefits of ANA membership is access to the Library.
Books can be borrowed and arrive in the mail. I've done this many times. Look and see how many books, catalogs, reference materials are available. You might be surprised. It's not just old Red Books.
What series are you interested in? Large cents, Buffalo nickels, commems? There are books to read and savor. Older reference books often have information that can not be found anywhere else. Crack open a book and find something new, instead of sitting at a computer and clicking and looking at umpteen screens.
Librarians can help with research, finding articles, auction catalogs, old periodicals. The ANA Library was a tremendous help when I wrote my book, US CLAD COINAGE. They were also quite helpful with other research articles.
Even if you're not a writer/researcher, anyone interested in coins can find so much in the ANA Library.