If you're not using Know It Now 24x7 to get answers to your questions then you're missing out. Just look at some recent comments: "It reduces the time and get better research;" "staff always go above and beyond to get the information I need quickly;" "the librarian i had was absolutely amazing, she was patient with me when i was struggling, and got me through it." You can use Know It Now 24x7 on a computer, or by text from your cell phone. Find out more.
If you're an elementary or preschool teacher, or a home school teacher for these levels, you can get a special teacher loan library card to check out things for classroom use. Also, our children's department has book boxes, which contain 30 copies of the same title and sometimes the book on CD, for your classes. We can put children's books on class reserve so all your students will have access to what they need for special assignments or research projects. read more »
1,168 adults, 163 teens, and 1,501 kids participated in our summer reading program.
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.
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.
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.