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Announcement from the Library Director:

Libraries nationwide have shown that charging late fees to patrons does not effectively encourage the return of late materials. Instead, it can create barriers for young people or make patrons feel guilty, which may discourage them from using the Library. We are committed to breaking down these barriers and increasing access for our patrons. By showing goodwill, we encourage patrons to return materials on time.
Morristown-Hamblen Library is dedicated to providing all patrons with fair access to library materials and services. A public library’s purpose is to serve the community and is built on sharing resources. To ensure that our Library remains accessible and welcoming to all community members, we have implemented a no-fine policy for overdue materials. Our no-fine policy is designed with your convenience in mind. We understand that life can get busy, and we want you to feel confident in your continued use of the Library. If you have items that have yet to be returned and are long overdue, please return them,and we will remove the fine, ensuring you can enjoy our services without any hindrance.
Join us in celebrating this week, July 1 to July 6 (Closed on July 4); we’ll be serving free donuts in the morning (while they last) and offering chances to win prizes. It’s a perfect opportunity to come by and visit the Library!

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Accessibility

At the Morristown-Hamblen Library, we want everyone in the community to be able to use our resources.  This includes our website.  Look for “Accessibility Tools and Language Options” in our main menu.  Clicking on this will open up the ReciteMe toolbar, which contains tools for font selection, color selection, language translation, a screen reader, magnification, and more!  For more information, refer to the User Guide or ask a librarian.


 

 


Click here to donate Funds to help the Library.

The most recent urgent need is the Community Room flooring and updates to sound equipment, lighting, and a new coat of paint.  Some projects take extra funding, plays, programs for all ages, electronic materials, furniture, setting up and designing makerspace areas.  Your donation can make a huge difference.

Online Service and Resources Available 24 hours/day:

NEW!  Check out all our online resources under the tab Databases for All.

The Library’s many online resources, such as eBooks and audiobooks from Tennessee R.E.A.D.S., are always available at www.morristownhamblenlibrary.org. The Library’s online databases also include Tumblebooks for children, A to Z Food America, A to Z Maps Online, A to Z World Food, A to Z World Culture, A to Z World Travel, Lingo Lite, Kanopy, and NewsBank. The Tennessee Electronic Library is also available.

If you do not have a library card and would like access to the online library services, please go to our website and fill out the application for an electronic service only card, called an eCard (see link below).

Please stay up to date on the Library’s plans and continue to access its digital resources by visiting www.morristownhamblenlibrary.org.   You can also get updates by following Morristown-Hamblen Library on Facebook, listening to WCRK 105.7FM, WJDT 106.5FM, MUS FiberNet Channel 4, and reading the Citizen-Tribune newspaper.

Contact information:
email: morristownhamblenlibrary@yahoo.com
phone: 423-586-6410     text: 423-301-6882
website: www.morristownhamblenlibrary.org
Facebook: facebook.com/live.learn.read

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E CARDS NOW AVAILABLE!

The Morristown-Hamblen Library issues eCards for patrons in our service area who are unable to come into the library and register for a full-access library card.  An eCard will allow you to use all of our online resources, including eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, videos, Newsbank, Research Rocket, A to Z Food America, TumbleBooks, A to Z Maps online, A to Z travel, Lingo Lite, and Kanopy.  An eCard will not be issued if you currently have a full-access library card.  The eCard may not be used to check out physical material from the library or access public computers.  Complete the eCard registration form HERE and your new eCard number will be emailed to you within 3 business days.  If you have questions about eCards or have lost your eCard number, please call the library at 423-586-6410 and ask for Tracy or Penny.

Tarjeta electrónica de la biblioteca pública ¡Inscríbase!

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