MONTICELLO — The Monticello-Union Township Public Library is closed to in-person services, but digital services and collections are still available.
Patrons are encouraged to visit the library’s website to explore free resources, links and community information.
Learn a new language with Pronunciator. Discover a new recipe from A to Z World Food’s 7,000 traditional recipes from 174 countries. Explore A to Z World Travel’s 202 world city travel guides covering pre-trip planning, points of interest, nightlife, as well as health and safety.
Discover the wealth of information through INSPIRE, an online collection of academic databases and other information resources that can be accessed by Indiana residents.
Find information on practice tests, study materials, and scholarship information through the Testing and Education Reference Center.
Learn a new craft with the Hobbies and Crafts resource. Do you need to make repairs at home? Check out the Home Improvement resource for DIY.
Students and Teachers: There are free resources available through INSPIRE to help with lesson plans and studying. All grade levels can access information on art, music, geography, math, social studies and more through the Explora resource.
People can still borrow materials from the digital collection using Libby and Hoopla. There are movies, TV series, comics, music, e-books and audio books to borrow through Hoopla. Access e-books, audio books, and magazines using Libby. Ask us how.
Follow the library on Facebook to keep up with virtual programs, from story times to a trivia night, free resources, and daily postings of fun and entertaining activities. WiFi access is available 24/7 in the parking lot of the library.
Do not worry about returning materials at this time. All materials have been renewed and have a return date of April 28 at this time. Staff members will be working daily from home and at the library to monitor voicemails, Facebook and emails received from the public.
People who need help with accessing the digital collection, a database or if a child needs help with homework, don’t hesitate to contact the library staff.
Visit www.monticello.lib.in.us to view the free resources, links and community information available.