The Four County Library System’s annual meeting is held to conduct important system business, elect new trustees, and usually, network and enjoy a nice meal. Due to the pandemic, the 2020 annual meeting will be held in a remote manner, using GoToMeeting.
Please join us on Monday, June 1 at 4 PM for the annual meeting of the membership.
Along with the general business meeting, Executive Director Steven Bachman will provide a brief overview of the current status of the system and the general state of affairs of libraries.
Please register below. Connection information for the meeting will be e-mailed to registrants by 10 AM on June 1.
Come join us this Friday’s for another Training with Brian where we’ll be looking at FamilySearch. This genealogy database is free to the public and is full of census, birth, marriage and death records. There is an easy to use family tree feature which will help you organize your findings as well as reach out to other researchers.
Come join us this Friday’s for another Training with Brian where we’ll be looking at Consumer Health Complete from EBSCO. This database is full of consumer oriented health information designed to support the health needs of our patrons. Information covers all areas of health and wellness, including mainstream, holistic, and integrated treatments.
Join us as we look at the full suite of Gale Cengage Learning databases, our comprehensive suite of electronic resource provided by NOVELny covering diverse subjects such as science, engineering, business, agriculture, criminal justice, environmental studies, pop culture, psychology, war, history and terrorism.
Have you ever thought of learning a new language but didn’t have the time or didn’t know how to strart? Transparent Language Online is for you and it’s available at the Research Center. It offers the most comprehensive language-learning solution for libraries. With this flexible program, you can quickly and easily learn new languages using our wide variety of courses and activities.
Have you ever been interested in Ancestry but didn’t know how to start? Join Brian Lee on Friday, April 10th from 2 pm to 2:30 pm to explore U.S. Census Records, Birth, Marriage & Death Records, as well as local digitzed high school yearbooks.
We have set up the following form to make it easier than ever to get a library card. Once you have your card (and PIN) you can place holds, checkout materials, and access access to a wide range of ebooks, downloadable audiobooks, and other digital resources.
How it Works: Complete the form below. Your information will be forwarded to your nearest public library. Library staff will create your account and contact you with particulars and next steps. Once you have your card & PIN, go to www.4cls.org to begin!
Please allow 4 business days for completion.
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The list of library closures has been moved to the 4CLS web page for easier access. Go there now!
As a result of the Coronavirus spreading into the 4CLS service area and out of an abundance of caution, 4CLS’s delivery service between libraries will be suspended beginning Tuesday, March 17. If current plans hold, delivery service will resume on Tuesday, April 14.
During this time, the ability to places holds on items in the online catalog will be suspended.
Should any of these plans changes, notification will be provided.
The slides from last Saturday’s Library Trustee Orientation have been uploaded to the Trustee Page here.
To go directly to the slides, click here.