The Friends newsletters are now on-line. Under the Friends tab, select newsletter. You can view or print any of the pages.
If you, or someone you know has been laid off, please be aware of the services the library can offer. No appointment needed - resume help, how to sign up for unemployment, job fair information, job postings. Bring in your work history, and a thumb drive. Let folks know that there is a place to get some help.
Libraries are required by law to report yearly to the State of Wisconsin circulation numbers, number of visitors, PC sessions and more. As library formats change and evolve, keeping track of "circulations" gets a bit fuzzy. Circulation numbers for physical items is easy to track and report. E-formats are a different matter. E-content use is not reported as a circulation, even though the library paid for the material being loaned, and assisted the patrons in accessing it.
Library staff can help you with: reference questions, locate a newspaper article, show you how to use your e-reader, set up an email account, find valid/trusted web sites, answer questions about sketchy emails or ads, give you a printed list of books from your favorite author and MORE. Just ask!
We have added additional titles to our e-book collection. From best sellers to more classics, each of our 6 e-readers has 49 titles. The e-readers are perfect for those of you who aren't quite sure you want to purchase one, but you want to try one. If you are traveling, it's a great way to pack many titles.
New Stamp designs are here!
Here are some important things to know about using our new and improved website:
- Use your mouse to hover over topics, and wait for more options to "drop down."
- You can always click on the big "Marshall Community Library" at the top of each page to return to the front page.
- LINKcat is still here! Look for it on the lower right side of any page, under the heading "Contact Us."