Digital Resources

Hoopla Digital – Instantly borrow eBooks, audiobooks, comics, movies, music, and more, 24/7 with your library card. Libby – Borrow thousands of eBooks and audiobooks. Instantly, For free. From your library. Ohio Digital Library – 200,000 popular eBooks, audiobooks, and magazines that you can download immediately. Kanopy – Instantly borrow documentaries, indie & classic movies, kid-friendly shows Tumblebooks – Animated, talking picture books that kids can read along in a format they’ll love. Explora for Primary Students – Student research tool for grades K through 5. … Continue reading

Contact Us

Use this form to contact library staff for help with technology, your account, or general questions about the library. You may also contact us at (740) 695-2062 or   … Continue reading

Zinio FAQ

Zinio For Libraries FAQ 1. What is Zinio? Zinio is service we offer to our patrons that allows them read most of the popular magazines on their computer, phone, or tablet. 2. How do I get the Zino app? The Zino App is available for Apple devices in the Apple Market, Android Devices on Google Play, and Windows 8 devices in the Microsoft store.  Please check the app market of you device by searching for “Zinio” 3. How do i register an account and get started? (First Time Users) To use the library version of Zinio, you will need two accounts. The first account is a SERL’s Account that allows you to have the item checked out, and the second account is a Zinio Account that allows you to view your library, and read your magazines. 1. To get started, simply click the Zinio link on the right hand side of the page, or follow this link. … Continue reading

Technology Center

The St. Clairsville Public Library Technology Center opened on Friday, December 13, 2013.   The Technology Center is located on the second floor of the library and is open to the public free of charge. Computers are available for use and tables are set up for wireless users. The Technology Center was funded by donations from the Feisley Family, as well as the Friends of the Library, and the Library’s Board of Trustees. Chamber Members, as well as the public, were invited to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony. … Continue reading