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The library connects users to over one million library items through the MORE shared system. Today registering for a library card means more than just great books. It also provides online access to databases such as EBSCO with home and car repair information or HeritageQuest featuring one of the largest collections of genealogy material in the country. Check it out! www.more.lib.wi.us
The library hosts a wide range of programs for life-long learning at any age. From author visits to computer classes to teen gaming and afterschool homework help, library programs are an essential piece of community vitality. Please check our calendar or sign up for our newsletter to see what is coming soon.
We proctor exams here at the library depending upon the requirements of the proctor. Students generally test in a small study room where the door and wall are glass - we are able to monitor the student frequently and keep track of time. We handle check in and make sure the student meets the requirements of the exam rules. The most quiet time of the day here at the library is between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m. so we encourage students to come then, however we can accommodate for other times as well.
Use your MORE library card to log onto one of the eight internet computer work stations. Printing, photocopying, scanning and faxing are available ~ fees for printing are $.20/page b/w, $.50 color; faxing is $.50/page. WiFi access for laptop use is available throughout the library. The community meeting room is equipped with a large screen and connectivity to a digital projector, DVD/VHS player and a data line for a variety of presentation formats. Two additional large screen monitors, one in a small study room and one in the special collection area are available for collaborative work. The CCS has laptops and a large screen
The library staff is available to help you find the information you need, just ask. You may visit the library, send an email to email@example.com, or call with a question 715.483.1777.
The library has a unique collection of back issue local newspapers spanning the years 1885-2000.
Tools such as a magnifying reader, big print keyboards, touch screens and adaptive computer mice are available for use in the library.
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