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Have you used POWER Library in the past? If so, you will notice a change in its looks the next time you visit it. Haven’t used POWER Library? Why not give it a try?
POWER Library gives Pennsylvanians access to authoritative, subscription-only information that isn’t available through free search engines or web directories. Publishers of the e-resources in POWER Library have carefully checked them for accuracy.
All you need is a library card to gain access!
Career Transitions helps you discover your career interests and explore in-demand occupations, while also leveraging your work and military experience to identify career options across various industries and career pathways. The Career Transitions experience is about accessibility and guidance: helping you get started – and follow through – on meaningful activities to help you find sustainable employment. You will have a multitude of job search options, including temporary positions, apprenticeships, internships and entry-level positions. It also can help you create targeted resumes and cover letters. You will also find helpful tips and advice from career experts on applying for jobs, networking, and much more.
The Fairfield and Gettysburg Libraries will be closed Saturday, September 28th.
All other branches will be open regular hours.
Could you, or someone you know, benefit from this service?
WHAT IS IT?
The Adams County Library System will send library materials by mail to any resident of Adams County unable to visit a library, who is temporarily or permanently handicapped, elderly or ill.
Regular or large print books, audiobooks on cd, music on cd, or dvds may be borrowed and will be sent to your residence. A new request form will be included so that you may list titles or authors to be sent in the next shipment.
Postage for delivery and pick up is prepaid, so there is no cost to you. The mailing label can be turned over and used as a postage-paid return label.
HOW CAN I PARTICIPATE?
To register for the LIBRARY BY MAIL service, fill out the form included in the registration packet and return it to the Adams County Library System.
To register for the LIBRARY BY MAIL service, you must have a current Adams County Library card. A library card application is included in this LIBRARY BY MAIL registration packet.
You can also register online at www.adamslibrary.org . In the SEARCH OUR CATALOG column at the right of the screen, choose LIBRARY BY MAIL.
If you need a library card, you can apply online as well. In the SEARCH OUR CATALOG list at the right of the screen, choose APPLYING FOR A LIBRARY CARD.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Outreach Department will send you 3 – 4 items at a time. When you return those items, new items will be sent. The loan period is three weeks. Overdue fines are not charged on Library By Mail items.
When you borrow though LIBRARY BY MAIL, you will have several ways to select your materials.
- You can ask that the library staff choose your items for you using the interest categories you chose when registering.
- You can fill out the LIBRARY BY MAIL request form included in each shipment of items. List either titles or authors of items you would like.
- You can visit www.adamslibrary.org, log into your account and place items on hold.
- You can call the Outreach Department at the Gettysburg Library at 334-5716, extension 229.