If you have any questions about any of these services, please call the library at 309-376-5651 or stop in and visit us.
A local family donated several art prints for patrons of the library to check out. Each print can be checked out for two months at a time. We have all sizes from very small to very large. Prints include Monet’s Water Lilies; some prints by Bill Saunders; and a Norman Rockwell. Come on in and see what we have!
Newspapers.com is the largest online newspaper archive consisting of 607 million+ pages of historical newspapers from 18,400+ newspapers from around the United States and beyond. Newspapers provide a unique view of the past and can help us understand and connect with the people, events and attitudes of an earlier time.
Newspapers.com is perfect for:
- Family Historians
At Newspapers.com it’s easy and convenient to search or browse the collection to find news, notices of births, marriages and deaths, sports, comics and much more. Our high quality digital images and powerful viewer provide the best look at these historical papers and make it easy to print, save and share what you find.
Please contact the Carlock Library (Email: email@example.com. Phone: 309-376-5651.) for information on how to access newspapers.com.
The Library has 40 magazine titles available for check out.
The library has four public access computers. Patrons are required to sign an Internet Usage agreement (children under 18 must have their parents sign this agreement). In addition, the library has wireless Internet. You may use your own laptop, reader, or other equipment. However, you are responsible for knowing how to configure your own equipment. The library cannot be responsible for any changes you make to your computers (or other equipment) settings. Wireless users must sign the Internet Usage agreement.
Printing is available for 15 cents per page for black and white or color. If you are printing for a school assignment; for a job activity; or tax forms you may print five pages for free. After that the 15 cents per page would apply. Printing is not available while using your own device on the library’s wireless service. If you need to print, please save your work to a flash drive (the library can loan you one of these – just ask the staff member on duty) or email files to an online email account, then from a library workstation, send your print jobs to a library printer.
The Library has a copy machine available for public use. Copies are 15 cents (black and white or color).
The Library has a fax machine available for public use. The cost of sending a fax is 25 cents per page.
If the library does not have an item that a patron wants (books; audio books; movies; CDs; etc.) we can request it from another library.