Here are some Frequently Asked Questions to help you better use the library.
- Q: Are masks required?
- A: Masks are requested but not required.
- Q: Are meeting rooms available?
- A: Meeting rooms are currently being used for library programs, and are not yet available for booking by community groups.
- Q: How can I return my books and other materials?
- A: If you are just dropping off books, or if the library is closed, please use the book returns at the entrance doors. Otherwise, return them at the front desk.
- Q: My library card is set to expire soon. What should I do?
- A: You may renew your card at the library's front desk (bring proof of residence) or online.
- Q: How can I apply for a library card?
- A: Residents of New Providence may apply for a library card online or in person at the library.
- Q: I'm being asking for my PIN when using digital resources. Do I have one?
- A: Your PIN is the last 4 digits of your library barcode. If your PIN does not work, please contact us here.
Online Resources for ebooks & audiobooks
- Q: What can I access through Hoopla?
- A: hoopla is a digital resource for ebooks, audiobooks, movies, TV series, music & comics.
- Q: What can I access through Libby, by Overdrive?
- A: Libby, by Overdrive is a digital resource for ebooks and audiobooks.
- Q: What can I access through Kanopy?
- A: Kanopy is a digital resource for documentaries, classics and indie films.
- Q: What can I access through Tumblebooks?
- A: Tumblebooks has read-along picture books, chapter books, National Geographic videos, non-fiction books & graphic novels for children.
Online Resources for Magazines
- Q: Can I access magazines through the library?
- A: Yes, you can browse digital magazines with the Libby app or at eLibraryNJ.com.You can also check out print magazines at the library.
Online Resources for Learning
- Q: What resources do you offer for digital learning?
- A: You can access both tech courses and language courses:
Online Resources for Video
- Q: Can I download or stream videos or TV shows?
- A: Yes, you can get entertainment and instructional videos through a number of library resources:
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