Last Updated on Friday, 14 December 2012 12:04
This winter features a new program for the Pioneer Library System: Winter Read. Winter Read is a program for all ages and encourages everyone to read more during the holiday season.
You can sign up for Winter Read here, and you can begin logging into the website on November 13th. Throughout the program, you can log the books you have read, which will enter you in a raffle to win one of four prize baskets. We had a great time with our Summer Read program this year, so if you missed it come join us in all our reading fun!Add a comment
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 October 2012 09:31
On Thursday, October 25th, our catalog received an upgrade, which means a change in some of the website's features. Some of these features include:
- Ability to sort search results by relevancy, publication date, and title;
- Number of holds for a title displayed on the search results page and detail page before going through the process of placing your hold;
- Pay Fines Online link is available in the top right corner of every catalog page;
- Shorter URLs, which are more user-friendly;
- Text a book record (allowing you to take your book information on the go);
- "USA Today" booklists on the catalog homepage;
- Faster search retrieval times because our book jackets are now cached.
Please Note: Some article links to the catalog may be broken until we update them. You may need to do a search for the item you are looking for in the catalog instead of clicking the direct link in the article.
Some catalog errors may also pop up sporatically, but we are working on that as well. We apologize for any inconvenience these issues may cause you. Your patience is appreciated.Add a comment
Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 November 2012 12:19
Thinking about getting an ebook this holiday season? Did you know your hometown and Virtual Library currently offers over 40,000 titles available for free download? They can be delivered directly to your Kindle, Nook, iPad or other ebook device!
This festive season the Virtual Library will be visiting your local hometown library to provide free training on how to use the downloadable service and talk about the skills needed to start reading free ebooks today!
Contact your hometown library to reserve a spot for one of the following November dates:
- Nov. 5th 6 PM @ SOKC Public Library "Downloading Books with you Mobile, Nook or Ipad"
- Nov. 8th 6 PM @ Purcell Public Library "Downloading Library Books to your E-Reader"
- Nov. 14th 1:30 PM @ Blanchard Public Library "E-Reader / OverDrive Class"
- Nov. 15th 1 PM @ Noble Public Library "Holiday Overdrive Training"
- Nov. 16th 1 PM @ Purcell Public Library "Downloading Library Books to your E-Reader"
- Nov. 27th 6 PM @ McLoud Public Library "I bought an E-Reader-- now what?"
Can't attend in November? We'll be offering classes in December too, so watch for those dates!
Registration is limited. To sign up for this event and find out more information about Overdrive call your hometown library today!Add a comment
Last Updated on Monday, 13 August 2012 10:29
If you have been evacuated or experienced fire damage due to the recent Oklahoma fires, and you have library materials checked out, please contact your hometown library for assistance with your account.
Pioneer Library System will work with you to manage your lending periods and fines. If you experienced fire damage, and library items were affected, Pioneer Library System can provide you information for insurance purposes.Add a comment
Last Updated on Friday, 05 April 2013 14:58
The Pioneer Library System is one of 78 organizations nationwide to receive a $10,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for the 2013 edition of The Big Read, PLS announced today.
The Big Read will focus on the novel Old School by Tobias Wolff, with several weeks of programming throughout the library system’s three-county area, leading up to Wolff coming to Oklahoma for public events April 25-26, 2013.Add a comment
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