Wednesday, June 19 at 7 p.m.
Have you ever wondered how a psychic receives knowledge about those who have passed? Is there someone you would love to hear from that has crossed over? This is your chance to hear what they have to say. Join Laura Lyn for a serious, yet entertaining evening....
In the search box at the top of our web site, the default search has been changed from "site" to "library catalog." If you want to search the catalog then just type in your terms and click "search;" if you want to search this web site, or search for articles in the Ohio Web Library, just click on the one you want.
We now have access to World Book Early World of Learning, which features three interactive sections for the younger user (pre-K through 2nd grade): Trek's Travels has narrated stories and games. Welcome to Reading provides reading practice for 4 reading levels. Know It is a visual encyclopedia.
Mango Languages teaches you practical conversation skills for almost three dozen foreign languages, and teaches English as a second language to speakers of over a dozen foreign languages, using an engaging interface, and easy, intuitive interactive tools. You can create a profile to track your progress, or just click "start learning."
Our news page lists the various ways you can keep up with us on the web.
When you're renewing your items in our "my account" feature on the web, make sure you're completing the process. It's easy to miss the new screen that was added in a recent update of the software: Now, after you select items to renew and click "renew selected," you get a confirmation screen that says "The following item(s) will be renewed, would you like to proceed?" and you have to click "yes." After that, you'll get the final screen, where you should check the "status" column to see if your items were able to be renewed.
We are a member of the Ohio eBook Project, a consortium of more than 60 Ohio libraries that provides digital content including: eBooks, audiobooks, music and video. The Ohio eBook Project gives you access to 18,000 copies of over 13,000 titles. The eBook Project consortium allows Ohio libraries to provide digital materials to their patrons at a considerable savings. All member libraries add to, and share the digital materials collection. read more »
In May we used 39% less energy than we did in May, 2009. The energy-saving measures in our renovation project, which was funded by donations, are really saving taxpayer money.
What are your neighbors reading? Our lists of most popular titles are based on checkouts at our library, not on some national sales figures, and we have lots of categories, including mystery, nonfiction, and graphic novels, as well as movies, CDs, and titles for kids and teens.