From March 17 to April 4, the Meadville Public Library will be conducting a survey on technology usage and how the Library can best serve the population. You can take the survey online or in a written format. The producers of the survey estimate that it should take between 10-15 minutes for you to complete. While you do not have to answer every question, the more questions you answer the fuller our understanding of your needs will be.
Don’t have an ereader? Want to check out our ebooks through CCFLS eStacks?
You check out books at the library but did you know we have more books available online? Many of them can be read on any computer right in the browser. Others you have to download to a device. If you don’t have an ereader and you’d like to read some of these books, you do have another option. You can check out a Sony Ereader for two weeks from the Fiction Department. You will have to supply some information and agree to our policy. Check with the Fiction Department for more information.
Meadville VITA is once again available to help people with their 2013 Income Tax. Meeting in the Conference Room on the second floor of the Meadville Public Library, VITA volunteers from Allegheny College offer free tax assistance for people who make $52,000 or less a year. They will prepare your returns electronically.
From February 3rd until April 12th, the schedule is as follows:
Wednesdays and Fridays 12:30-5pm
No assistance will be available on February 17th or during Allegheny College’s Spring Break March 15th-23rd.
For more information, please contact 814-724-9608 or check out the Internal Revenue Service’s website: Free Tax Return Preparation for You by Volunteers
Meadville Public Library is proud to announce our newest resource: Pronunciator!
You can learn 80 languages and choose which of 50 languages you want to learn from. It’s as simple as telling Pronunciator what language you speak and what language you’d like to learn. You can learn French if you’re a native Spanish speaker. Or brush up on your English.
Registering is easy. Fill in an optional email address and your library card number and you’re ready to go. Learn on your computer browser or download an app for iPad, iPod, iPhone, or Android tablet or phones. Learn through the postcards. Practice your new language with drills. Test yourself with the quizzes provided.
Click here to get started!