Oswego County Today has compiled a great list of news from 2013.
It's been a busy and full year at the Oswego Public Library. Nice to see that we are on the Digital Literacy in New York website for our Library Learning Center and classes. Our Seaway Trail sign is finally installed near the main East 2nd Street entrance. All of the signs are viewable at www.seawaytrail.com/storytellersigns/ We also enjoy our Energy Challenge Display very much as Cortland and Oswego battle to save money and conserve power.
Thank you for all your support and for everyone who's been here in 2013!
North Country Library System has created many excellent help sheets and great commercials for our free downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. Here is the information for using the eMedia Library with your Nook Color, HD, or Tablet.
The Oswego Public Library, with grants from the Northern New York Library Network, is working to make widely available some of the unique materials we have in our Local History Room and on microfilm. So far Oswego glass plate negatives, from 1902-1909, have been added to the collections at nyheritage.org and will soon be followed by the complete run of Oswego County Historical Society publications. The OCHS journals are currently searchable at NNYLN's database.
Here are two sample issues of the Ontario Chronicle which is next in line to be digitized.
North Country Library System has created many excellent help sheets and great commercials for our free downloadable eBooks and audiobooks. Here is the information for using the eMedia Library with your mobile iOS device.
Volunteers have been busy scanning Library Board of Trustees minutes and we are putting them online from July 2008 to present. Watch for new minutes as they are approved.
2013-2014 Battle of the Books titles are here too!
We would love to help answer your questions or hear your suggestions -- books, DVDs, programs, and more you would like to see at the Oswego Public Library.