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Long-time Youth Services Librarian, Kim DiLego will be moving over to the Reference Department officially on May 9 although she is already assuming many of the reference duties. DiLego was the unanimous choice based on her 20 years of experience at the library, her familiarity with library procedures, and the depth of her local history knowledge.
Kim earned her Masters of Library Information Science from the State University of New York Albany campus in August of 2005 and her BA from Westfield State University in 1989. She and her husband Paul have one daughter Maia.
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A reminder to NAPL patrons that we are now offering multiple access to 50 magazines through Zinio. All that’s required is an initial set up with your library card number and creation of password. Magazines can be downloaded to variety of media including PCs, phones, or tablets. No check out dates and no waiting time. For more information see our link at https://www.rbdigital.com/50emagazine/service/zinio/
We are thrilled to learn that the North Adams Public Library is ranked #3 in top sites to see on visit to North Adams. See the review here http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g41715-Activities-North_Adams_Massachusetts.html
Get out your e-readers, your Kindles, your Nooks, and iPads because Massachusetts libraries are adding a new electronic library for your reading pleasure. Login to the Commonwealth e-book collection with your library card number and PIN. If you have a library card issued before May of 2012, your PIN is probably LAST NAME (in CAPS) or try the last four (4) digits of your phone number. If you get stuck, call the library and we will reset your PIN. Much like Overdrive, these books are single use due to digital rights management (DRM) so you might have to wait for extremely popular titles, but the bright side is a wealth of choice. So download some books for the beach or travel and don’t forget to visit your brick and mortar library even if its only to say “hello.”
The North Adams Public Library is pleased to announce the launch of Zinio, a magazine subscription service that gives library patrons access to 50 popular magazines. If you want to view them on your computer, it’s an easy download — or with a few simple steps you can set up the Zinio app on your reading device. Since RBdigital hosts the collection, and we are based in Maryland, your patrons need to select their country: United States, state: Maryland, collection name: Popular 50 eMagazine Collection from the list – and then enter their email and password used to check out the magazines. Apps are available for iPad, iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire HD/HDX apps. Check with your librarian if you have any difficulty using this great new service.