05 October 2015

18 September 2015

Library Reference Staff is Out & About

Staff members Debby, Joan and  Jamie will be taking turns visiting the Northfield Senior Center Tuesday mornings from 10-11.  They will answer library questions, demonstrate how to use the catalog, request books and help you with eReaders. Please bring your Nook, iPad etc.
On Monday afternoons from 2 to 5 they will be at the Northfield Historical Society to help with historical and genealogical questions and projects. 

These visits will continue through November.

16 September 2015

A cool new app for library users!

Library users across the region are now able to access books using the BookMyne application. BookMyne offers all the capabilities of your local library account, but on-the-go. Created by SirsiDynix, the application provides mobile access to in-demand library information, library materials, and services. BookMyne allows library customers to search the catalog, place holds, view their accounts, view digital bookshelves, and download electronic resources through their iOS or Android devices no matter where they are. Technology Support Librarian Tyler Irvin says adding BookMyne expands SELCO’s ongoing mission of supporting and connecting libraries across the region. “Providing patrons mobile access to their library accounts means that regional library users will be able to stay connected to their libraries and access services at their convenience,” Irvin said. “We at SELCO are pleased that we can offer this technology to provide better services to library patrons across the region.”
The BookMyne app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Android Market for free.

Did you see the library entry in the DJJD Parade?

While Booker, the book bus broke down the volunteers didn't!
Here are the new TAB Co-Presidents Nate Urke and Jasper Egge carrying the banner.
Many staff members, Library Pages and  Friends of the Library walked in the
 parade waving at crowds.

08 September 2015


Mark your calendars for a celebration!  
Tuesday, September 15 at 4 pm.  
The process begins at the library 210 Washington Street.