This is a blog. This blog will allow you to access a lot of information about the library, your account, and the local area very quickly. A blog also lets you leave comments for others to read.
Right up top you’ll find several tabs. Each tab links to basic information that does not change often.
Off to the left is access to many areas where you will need your library card. The card catalog is to find the items you are looking for like books and videos, your account lets you request and renew materials, and of course links to your free access to research databases and audiobooks. (In case you hadn’t heard, you can now download all sorts of audio books to your mp3 player or computer using only your library card – cool, aye?) The next link is, “What’s New?” That will bring you to a section in the card catalog to tell you new items that have been recently added to the collection at the Hadley-Luzerne Public Library.
Then because your library is a great spot for information, I have included local area links. You can find classes at the folk school, what is going on at school, in Saratoga and Lake George. There is always something fun to do and your library will help you find the information you need. Next is a spot where you can enter your email address. If you do this, you will automatically get an email everytime I post new information to the site. Stay in touch with the free programs and activities here at your library! The last link on the left, at the bottom, is a Meta login. This is for admin use only.
Off to your right, you can check local weather and a calendar of events here at the library. Any highlighted day will take you to a posting about the event we have scheduled for you! Below that, you can actually use our own search engine to look for information on this site. Below that, you see news listings separated into blog categories. No need to get worried, blog is just the newest word for diary. Take a minute and explore the categories so you see what will end up where.
You are officially invited to leave a comment on anything you see here. You’ll find the link for that right at the bottom of each news piece. Please be aware that all comments are moderated. The library reserves the right to edit entries for content and length.