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How do these funds help? All proceeds will help Maine's Public Libraries whether it's Purchasing new eBook content Expanding interlibrary loan support Creating programs that all can attend Supporting special consultant services from which all can benefit And so much more! Tax appointments with free E-filing are available at the Carver Memorial Library on Wednesdays, 10am to 5pm, February 6th through April 10th. November, , marks the one-year anniversary of a variety of technological improvements in library service at Carver.
As a reminder to our patrons of what is now available to them, here are the highlights: The Apollo cloud-based library system that allows patrons to search the collection, place reserves, renew loans, link directly from the online catalog to downloadable audio books and ebooks, and otherwise manage their use of the library online.
Six public access computers, including three laptops and a desktop that were added just over a year ago as a result of a grant. Free public Wi-Fi service. We've had that for a number of years, but an updated router was put in place this past year. The Public Library Information Commons, a collection of high quality online information resources related to job training, job seeking, health information, legal and government information, and technology literacy.
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Links to more about these services, among others offered by the Carver Memorial Library, can be found at:. The Library's summer reading program started June 18 and runs through August It is open to children entering grades K - 6 in the Fall or the home-school equivalent. Kits are available at the library. Participants place a sticker on their reading record for each 15 minutes spent reading. Once a week the participant shows the reading record to a librarian and gets a prize.
At the end of the program the reading record is turned in and the child gets to select a book to keep. The grant will fund a professionally-facilitated board development process designed to support the Carver Memorial Library Association in its work. Since its founding in , the library has been governed by a volunteer board of trustees.
Much has changed in the past century. It offers an excellent print collection for a library of its size, as well as membership in the Maine InfoNet Download Library of e-books and audiobooks. The library has an online catalog with account access for patrons, six public Internet computers and a public Wi-Fi hotspot.
It is also is a Maine Public Library Information Commons site, providing access to and training in the use of valuable educational, legal, and job-seeking resources. Maintaining these services and managing rapid growth presents many challenges for a small organization. The board development process will support the Association's efforts to ensure that the library meets the needs of the community it serves, and can navigate the ongoing economic, technological, and social changes all public libraries face.
It was a huge success. A library full of convivial guests enjoyed robust tea, delectable food, and beautiful harp music. A special thanks to our guests for supporting the library. We hope to see you at next year's tea. If one is already logged into the catalog, clicking on an eMedia listing will take the user directly to the Download Library site without the need to login separately. Yet, when one searches the catalog, locally owned titles are presented first and can be easily distinguished from those items that are part of the InfoNet collection.
Anyone who is a registered borrower at Carver can log into the catalog with a web browser, a borrower's number and the phone number contained in the borrower's library record.
Patrons may discover their borrower's number by calling the library at Support the Library and enjoy delicious tea sandwiches, desserts and more, Sunday afternoon May 6. There will be seatings at - pm and - pm. Carver Library is an active, busy place— an average of over 1, visits per month.
In addition, many non-borrowers are among those who use the library in other ways. Four new public computers acquired through the Information Commons project one desktop and three notebooks bring our total to six. Our new web site www. The Library will hold a series of small-group mini-workshops beginning Tuesday, Feb. These one-hour sessions will examine the library's digital services in greater detail, and offer more hands-on time than will be possible at the February 29 Open House.
Please call or send email to cml carver. Depending on demand, we may offer additional sessions, including some at night. If you see something you are very interested in, but are not able to attend any of the current sessions, let us know some dates and times that might fit into your schedule. The Library will hold a digital library open house from p. The evening will include demonstrations, hands-on access to many new online services, and informal questions and answers with library staff.
Staff will demonstrate downloading audio books and eBooks from the Maine InfoNet Download Library, which offers free loans of thousands of popular titles in a variety of digital formats. Several eBook readers will be available to try and compare. Participants will also be able to explore a wide variety of resources available from Maine Public Library Information Commons: employment services, in cooperation with the Maine Department of Labor; small business start-up and legal information; reliable health information; access to e-government services; and digital literacy training.
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