Book A Librarian

Ever had a problem with a computer, digital device, or eBooks? Ever wish you could go somewhere and not have it cost you to ask for help? Did you know the library offers one-on-one computer and technology help at no extra cost?

Yes, you can

book a librarian

Times for appointments are as follows: please note the last time listed is when the last appointment ends.

  • Mondays: 2 P.M. – 6 P.M.
  • Tuesdays: 2 P.M. – 6 P.M.
  • Wednesdays: 2 P.M. – 5 P.M.
  • Thursdays: 10 A.M. – 1 P.M.

Our downloadable site NIDL/OverDrive did update a few months ago and the website looks different. If you need help with navigating the new look ask a staff member or make an appointment for one of our staff members to sit down with you and help you learn.

Appointments are made for an hour at a time. Please try to make an appointment when you first think about it. It’s much easier to call and cancel an appointment than to try to make one last minute only to find out that there might not be any openings. While we do accept walk-ins when time permits we encourage an appointment to be made. We have been known to make appointments weeks in advance. When we find out an appointment is made we do our best to call you before your appointment to conduct an over-the-phone interview to help us help you.

Want to make an appointment? Contact the library!

Heather: All of the staff members helping with Book A Librarian do their best to keep up to date with information on technology, but the more we know before an appointment the more we can research if we need so we can help you in the best way we can.

About Heather

I often go by Razor as my nickname based on my maiden name. I work at a library and also write. I write anything from novels to poetry and I live for the written word.
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