Please know that due to COVID-19, some programs and visits are being done virtually. We offer services such as:
We will introduce your students to appealing books and offer them the opportunity to check out books in your classroom.
We can instruct your students on the use of the Library’s resources and can assist with research and digital literacy.
If you organize an event such as a writing workshop, author visit, or any other literacy-based program, we can offer our services and assistance to you and your students.
Classrooms can visit the Library for behind-the-scenes tours, research, and to check out materials.
Resource Demonstrations – Electronic or Technological
The Library has many electronic resources available for research, homework help, and other needs. We can demonstrate these to your classroom and teach students how to navigate them.
News and media literacy, “fake news,” and source vetting are just a few of the topics that we can partner with you to present on to your students. We are also happy to offer programs relating to current events or curriculum units by request.
Open house or Curriculum night visits
We can demonstrate Library resources and share information with parents, students and faculty at any open house event, by request. We can even do give out Digital Access Cards to your students or particpants.
Book Express and Bookmobile
Let us know if you want our Book Express or Bookmobile to come to your event!
Talking Books Services for the Visually and Physically Impaired
Our staff works with the State Libary's Talking Books Service to provide free materials to Indiana residents with physical or visual disability. Click here for an application.
Library staff can deliver materials to those that cannot get to the library due to a disability or illness. Please read the Homebound Policy for more information.
If you have other ideas for ways we can assist you, we’re happy to discuss them with you.