Do you want to participate in Summer Reading to earn prizes but you think you can’t check out because of your library card fines?
We have a solution!
Check out our Earn and Learn Program that will allow you to read books and clear fines, PLUS you can earn Summer Reading Points at the same time! How cool is that? By the end of the Summer you could walk away with reduced or no fines and some cool prizes.
Ask for the Earn and Learn card at any Library location!
Who can participate? Any library card holder under the age of 18 with $5 of debt is eligible.
Did you know that the library offers access to your favorite magazines online? Check out Zinio, the world’s largest newsstand. Zinio offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from your library’s collection of popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.
- Mobile apps — Read magazines on 95% of today’s mobile devices including iOS (Apple), Android, Win8, and Kindle Fire/HD/HDX.
- Current Issues — New issues are released simultaneously with the print edition. Many are available before they arrive at your library and are ready for immediate download.
- Back List — As your collection grows, so does the digital backlist for anytime checkout and reading.
- Easy browsing and checkout — Browse your library’s collection of titles one at a time, search for your favorite magazines by title or use the convenient category feature to find new magazines which meet your interests.
- Manage your collection — Using the personal account you create, you will have the opportunity to checkout magazines and read them instantly on your computer (both PC and Mac) or access the content on a portable media device. (Note: viewing options, including the ability to download or view the content while online, may differ based on the device and/or magazine publisher).
- No limit permanent check out — Check out as many issues as you want and keep them in your account as long as you wish
The public is invited to meet with Library CEO Jackie Nytes and express their views about Library service in their community. A focus of the meeting is to gauge where individuals are on their personal digital journey. Joining the CEO will be the Library’s new Manager of Digitization, Meaghan Fukunaga, who will work to develop projects and community collaborations for the preservation and storage of items of local historic interest.
Check the schedule to see when Jackie Nytes, Indy PL CEO, will be visiting YOUR library! Can’t attend the meeting but would like to have a voice and share your views? Don’t worry, you can contact her here.
Did you know that the Indy PL Teen Scene has a Facebook page that you can Like and Follow? Click here! Be sure to click on “Get Notifications” to see our updates in your news feed. We frequently share book recommendations, program information, and more!