Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest I ran across this article the other day outlining the 5 "essentials" that every school website should have. Naturally, it got me thinking about my own library's web presence.
Online Payments You can pay your library fines and fees online through our secure site. Access the online payment site hereor select "Make a Payment" from the "Useful Sites" menu on the right, or from the "About Us" drop down menu above. Log in with your library card number and PIN.
You will be able to select which fines or fees you would like to pay. Community members will have an opportunity to meet with a variety of local authors.
Stovall will offer two anthologies of short stories. Anime Bookmark Contest Beginning September 1,enter for a chance to have your artwork turned into a bookmark.
The contest is open to those ages Submit an original, anime themed bookmark design to any Stanislaus County Library branch. More information is on the flier. Entry forms with full details and rules are available here. All crafts must be made and sold by kids.
Simply submit documents for printing and come to the library to release and pick up your document using your library card.
This service is available at all Stanislaus County Library locations. Our new and improved calendar email features: The purpose of the Stanislaus Memory Project is to collect, digitize and preserve photos, videos, audio, documents, and objects of historical significance, in order to preserve the unique history of Stanislaus County.
Harry's Wizarding World Get ready for 12 straight hours of free wizardly fun for all ages. There are also Armed Forces libraries, Government libraries and multi-use or Joint-Use libraries, which combine library types in one service area or structure. Learn more about America's libraries. At the center of all types of libraries is the librarian. Your gifts support the University Libraries as they strive to make positive impacts on the research needs of the Texas A&M community and beyond. You may express your support with a gift or by joining the Friends of Sterling C. Evans Library.
The project was initiated by collecting materials related to Graffiti, cruising, and the local car culture.
The public is invited to submit photos or other materials for possible inclusion in this collection of Stanislaus County history. Please contact the Library if you wish to contribute to the Memory Project or have an idea for a future collection. To get the new app, go to your app store and download the new RBdigital App.
Once you have installed the new app, you can begin accessing the same magazines you enjoy now. For more details, please see frequently asked questions. This is a free service which allows Stanislaus County Library customers to borrow books and media not available in our catalog from academic and public libraries in California and Nevada.
More information available here. Access your "my Social Security" account, view and apply for benefits, access forms, and more.To find books in the Library that would be useful for studying for a math test, use the following table and look in the appropriate areas of the collection. The difference between a library and the Ashford University Library is that all the books, magazines, journals and multimedia have been converted into digital formats and stored into databases allowing the user easy access them by going to Ashford University webpage.
Madison Public Library is an agency of the City of Madison and a member of the South Central Library System. POPULAR SERVICES. reserve a computer check your email recommend a purchase outerlibrary loan ask a librarian computing and wireless reserve meeting rooms email newsletters.
It's a one-time registration process so you can utilize social aspects and other features of the catalog. After creating a username, you can continue logging in to the catalog using your library card and PIN just as you have in the past. Yes, black and white printing is available from the library’s computers.
The Commerce Public Library has color printing, too. In the United States, the presidential library system is a nationwide network of 15 libraries administered by the Office of Presidential Libraries, which is part of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).
These are repositories for preserving and making available the papers.