Services

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Curbside Pickup

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We are still offering curbside pickup.  Put the items on hold through our Catalog/My Account in the menu.  We will gather the items, and let you know when they are ready.  Park in our front lot, call us, and we will deliver your items to you.

Printing/Copying

Copier

You may print or copy items at the library.

B/W Copies (Letter/Legal):

  • 1-49 copies: $.15 per copy

  • 50+ copies: $.10 per copy

B/W Copies (Ledger):

  • 1-49 copies: $.15 per copy

  • 50+ copies: $.10 per copy

Color Copies: 

  • $1.00 per copy 

Faxing

Printer

Cost to Receive: $.50 per page

Cost to Send (Local): 

1 page: $1.50        6 pages: $4.00

2 pages: $2.00      7 pages: $4.50

3 pages: $2.50      8 pages: $5.00

4 pages: $3           9 pages: $5.50

5 pages: $3.50     10 pages: $6.00

Cost to Send (International):

1 page $5.00

2+ pages $2.00 each page

Computer Classes

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The library offers The Northstar Digital Literacy Assessment which is aimed at helping adults acquire the skills they need in today’s workplace. The free set of assessments includes self-guided modules: Essential Computer Skills, Internet Basics, Using Email, Essential Software Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Using Technology in Daily Life 

Free Wi-Fi / Internet

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The library provides free Internet access and Wi-Fi to its patrons.

3D Printing

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The library has two printers available for projects. These printers have cameras that record the print and produce a short overview of the process.

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ConnectED

The ConnectED card is a student library card from Selover Public Library. You can use it to get books, eBooks, and more. You don’t ever have to worry about overdue fines with your ConnectED card. If you already have a regular library card, the ConnectED card gives you ten additional eBook checkouts.

Community Room

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The Community Room is located in the lower level of the Library. It is available on a first-come-first-served basis to groups or individuals for non-profit civic, educational, and cultural use. No selling programs may be conducted unless approved by the Board of Trustees. Use requires submitting an application.