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Libraries for Portage county

Kent Free Library
312 W. Main Street
Kent, OH 44240-2493
Phone: (330) 673-4414
Website: http://www.kentfreelibrary.org
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Portage County District Library
10482 South Street
Garrettsville, OH 44231
Phone: (330) 527-5082
Website: http://www.portagelibrary.org
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  • Administration & Outreach (Portage)
    10482 South Street
    Garrettsville, OH 44231
    Phone: (330) 527-5082
    Driving Directions
  • Aurora Memorial Branch
    115 E. Pioneer Trail
    Aurora, OH 44202
    Phone: (330) 562-6502
    Driving Directions
  • Garrettsville Branch
    10482 South Street
    Garrettsville, OH 44231
    Phone: (330) 527-4378
    Driving Directions
  • Randolph Branch
    1639 S.R. 44 / P.O. Box 368
    Randolph, OH 44265
    Phone: (330) 325-7003
    Driving Directions
  • Streetsboro Branch
    8990 Kirby Lane
    Streetsboro, OH 44241
    Phone: (330) 626-4458
    Driving Directions
  • Windham Branch
    9647 E. Center Street
    Windham, OH 44288
    Phone: (330) 326-3145
    Driving Directions
Reed Memorial Library
167 E. Main Street
Ravenna, OH 44266-3197
Phone: (330) 296-2827
Website: http://www.reedlibrary.org
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Sours: https://www.oplin.org/fal/?searchSelect=county&search=Portage
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Technology Profile
Product NameYear Contracted
Current Automation SystemSymphony2016
Previous Automation SystemMillennium2002
Previous Automation SystemDRA
(* Older versions of SirsiDynix Symphony were called Unicorn)
The library participates in the shared automation system provided by the Portage Library Consortium (view map)
The library's automation system is hosted by the vendor through an Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) arrangement.


We are conducting a study on factors related to the selection and interoperability of technology systems in academic libraries.

Identifiers
libraries.org ID22769
NCES FSCSKEYOH0089
NCES LIBID189B03

This listing was created on Oct 5, 2005 and was last modified on Mar 19, 2021.

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Portage County libraries announce temporary closures

This content is being provided for free as a public service to our readers during the coronavirus outbreak.

Portage County libraries announced that they will temporarily cease operations starting this week and continuing into April.

Here’s what you need to know about closures, tentative re-open dates and potential late fees:

Portage County District Library

The Portage County District Library, its branch libraries and other services closed on Monday. The PCDL branch libraries include the Aurora Memorial Library, Garrettsville Library, Pierce Streetsboro Library, Randolph Library and Windham Library. A tentative re-open date is set for April 6.

Because the PCDL is fine-free library, overdue fines are not an issue. SearchOhio and OhioLINK materials will be backdated so that fines do not accumulate on checked out materials. All PCDL programs, events and meeting room bookings are suspended until at least April 4.

According to an email to the Record-Courier from PCDL Director Jonathan Harris, the decision was made with the consultation of the Library Board of Trustees and is meant to help mitigate the spread of the COVID-19, or, new coronavirus. Despite canceled programs, the board will still meet as scheduled at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Garrettsville Library, 10482 South St. The public still has the option to attend, Harris said.

Patrons are encouraged to utilize the library’s electronic services. Those who do not currently have a library card can sign up for a temporary one at www.portagelibrary.org, to access materials from digital outlets.

Kent Free Library

Beginning Tuesday and continuing until at least April 5, the Kent Free Library will close as a precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

According to a message on the library’s website, patrons are asked to keep borrowed materials until the library reopens. There is no need to return items during the shutdown as no fines or fees will accrue during that time. A grace period for returning materials will be put in place after the Kent Free Library reopens. Any late fees that accumulate accidentally will be forgiven.

The Kent Free Library will try to set aside any items recently placed on hold so that they may be picked up at the time of reopening. Patrons are asked to expect slowdowns in delivery and cancellations of library materials on hold, though, due to library closures across the state.

Digital resources will still be available. Kent Free Library Director Stacey Richardson wrote that the library hopes to increase the number of checkouts permitted on Hoopla and Kanopy, two of its digital media resources.

Richardson said the library aimed to stay open as long as possible. Ceasing operation temporarily, however, became necessary to protect the health and safety of the community and staff.

The library will continue to update its plans and communicate changes on its website, www.kentfreelibrary.org, and on social media. 

Reed Memorial Library

Reed Memorial Library in Ravenna will remain closed until at least April 5, according to its website. 

In addition to not loaning out materials during the closure, the library will also forgive all late fees and extend loan periods until April 15. Additional money will be spent on digital resources. Plus, the monthly allotment of downloads from Hoopla will also be increased. Learn more about Reed Memorial Library’s digital resources by visiting www.reedlibrary.org/digital.

The decision was made based on recommendations from the Ohio Department of Health and not one made lightly. As the outbreak escalates and other nearby libraries close, director Brian Hare wrote, it was possible an influx of outside patrons could have increased the risk of community transmission.

“This situation is unprecedented and we appreciate your understanding as we navigate it together,” Hare wrote. 

Reporter Kaitlyn McGarvey can be reached at [email protected] or 330-298-1127.

Sours: https://www.mytownneo.com/news/20200316/portage-county-libraries-announce-temporary-closures

County library portage

This digital collection of historic plat books, city directories, and atlases provides accessibility to early information about South Central Wisconsin, specifically Columbia, Dane, Portage and Wood counties. A variety of the oldest plat books, atlases and city directories were chosen because of their frequent use and delicate condition. They are widely used by the public for local history and genealogy and even for those trying to find out why a street got its name. The historic plat books help people to trace neighborhoods and streets from what was once farmland. The early city directories for Madison provide helpful historical information on the early years of the state capital in addition to helping those looking for information on specific people and businesses in the area in the 1800s and early 1900s. The directories provide an alphabetical list of citizens with their addresses and occupations, a classified business directory, lists of city and county officials, churches, schools, societies, streets and wards.

Sours: https://recollectionwisconsin.org/institutions/portage-county-public-library
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Libraries for Portage county

Kent Free Library
312 W. Main Street
Kent, OH 44240-2493
Phone: (330) 673-4414
Website: http://www.kentfreelibrary.org
Driving Directions

Portage County District Library
10482 South Street
Garrettsville, OH 44231
Phone: (330) 527-5082
Website: http://www.portagelibrary.org
Driving Directions
  • Administration & Outreach (Portage)
    10482 South Street
    Garrettsville, OH 44231
    Phone: (330) 527-5082
    Driving Directions
  • Aurora Memorial Branch
    115 E. Pioneer Trail
    Aurora, OH 44202
    Phone: (330) 562-6502
    Driving Directions
  • Garrettsville Branch
    10482 South Street
    Garrettsville, OH 44231
    Phone: (330) 527-4378
    Driving Directions
  • Randolph Branch
    1639 S.R. 44 / P.O. Box 368
    Randolph, OH 44265
    Phone: (330) 325-7003
    Driving Directions
  • Streetsboro Branch
    8990 Kirby Lane
    Streetsboro, OH 44241
    Phone: (330) 626-4458
    Driving Directions
  • Windham Branch
    9647 E. Center Street
    Windham, OH 44288
    Phone: (330) 326-3145
    Driving Directions
Reed Memorial Library
167 E. Main Street
Ravenna, OH 44266-3197
Phone: (330) 296-2827
Website: http://www.reedlibrary.org
Driving Directions

County Map
Sours: https://oplin.org/fal/?searchSelect=county&search=Portage

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