Parking When visiting the Huntington Library, parking is always free. No advance parking reservations must be made unless you are part of a school or tour group arriving by bus.
When we are done, the Library will be more open, have new furniture and more places to charge and plug-in your devices while you work. During this time, the Library will be be open. We are here to help! Now, you can download magazines!
The Monmouth County Library is now offering downloadable magazines through two new offerings: Flipster gives you access to selected magazines from home if you have a valid library card or from the library. There are magazines for children, teens and adults. Looking for a new recipe? Magazines can be downloaded to an iPad, iPad Mini and Android tablet.
You can find out what is available and download them here. And, if you want more information about how to get started with Flipster, check out the video.
You can also find Flipster under our Research tab at the top of the page. Once there, you can find Flipster on the right side under database quick links.
While you are there, you can see the many other exciting informational tools available from the library. They can be downloaded to your computer or mobile device.
Find it at the Monmouth County Library We can help you find it! We have a lot to offer at the Monmouth County Library. You can easily find this information and more using our new mobile app.
You can download it here. You can access your library account, put books and DVDs on hold, check the hours at our branches and follow our events using this app. We have eBooks and audiobooks available to download to your eReader or mobile device from our Library on the Go.
You need to have a resident library card to use this service.
We have plenty of databases to help you with your research for work, school or home. Click here to find out what is available. You can learn a foreign language, trace your family tree, find out more about stocks and investments, read newspapers and find literary criticism that be used for school projects or general interest.
Many of these databases can be used at home if you are a library cardholder and of course, they can be used at your local branch. Want to find a good magazine?
We also have just added Flipster which allows you to download magazines to your iPad, iPad mini and Android tablet. You can download magazines at the library or from home with your library card. Check out this video to find out more about Flipster.The Library hosts many special events, workshops, and seminars for teachers.
Plus, we have a blog channel that highlights the opportunities and resources that are available for teachers throughout the Library . Before You Arrive. Most of our collections are stored at our off-site repository, called the Library Service Center, so you will need to register as a researcher and request the materials you want to use at least 2 full business days before you visit the Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library.
We will retrieve your materials and hold them in the Rubenstein Library . An information sheet about the library’s history, mission, architecture, collection, and services is available at the security desk at the entrance and the special exhibitions can be enjoyed on a self-guided basis.
The Bancroft Library welcomes researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, from California, and from around the world.
We are a non-circulating library and archives, so all materials must be consulted in the Heller Reading Room. Visit.
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