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The library is equipped with 16 Windows computers for adults with Internet access with USB slots and headphones. There are 4 additional computers available for teens in their own section and 8 computers in the Children's Library for the use of minors (with adult supervision) or adults who are accompanied by children.
In order to use the computers, you must have a valid Monroe Township Library card OR a card from a LOGIN library (with fines no higher than $10 and no overdue books).
Any person without a valid library card must pay $1 per hour to use the computers.
Our computer lab offers 12 computers for classes which are held regularly. To check our calendar for the dates of our various Computer Classes please CLICK HERE.
Visitors to our library may bring their own laptops and devices to connect to the library's free wireless Internet access.
All library computers print to two color printers located behind our Circulation Desk.
Printed pages cost $0.25 per page.
The Library allows patrons to send and receive facsimile transmissions.
The cost is $1.00 per page, a cover sheet is sent free of charge.
Visit the Circulation Desk to use this service.
There are black and white photocopiers located throughout the building.
The cost is $0.15 per copy.
Test proctoring services are available at The Free Library of Monroe Township. Please review our Proctoring Policy before contacting us.
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LOGIN is a group of over twenty public, school, and academic libraries in Gloucester and Salem Counties that share their resources. Monroe Township residents can use their current Library cards to borrow materials from all other libraries that belong to LOGIN.
In order to search the entire LOGIN catalog, use our Search Form by clicking on Catalog and choosing "ALL LOGIN LIBRARIES" from the options on the left of the input field.
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The Library is offering a museum pass program as part of its mission to provide educational, professional, cultural, and recreational information and services.
The Friends of the Free Public Library of Monroe Township have generously provided funds for the purchase of museum passes for the benefit of Monroe Township library card-holders. Learn more by CLICKING HERE
The Library is offering a museum pass program as part of its mission to provide educational, professional, cultural and recreational information and services.
Monroe Township adult cardholders (ages 18 years and older) in good standing (no overdue materials and less than $10.00 in fines) are eligible to check out our Museum passes. Only one museum pass may be borrowed at a time per family. Cardholders must sign a loan agreement before checking out the pass.
All passes must be picked up at the Monroe Township Public Library Circulation Desk.
All passes must be returned only to the Monroe Township Public Library Circulation Desk. Please hand the plastic case directly to a staff member, and be sure that the pass is returned with the case. Museum passes cannot be returned via the inside or outside book drop, or to any other library.
No. Passes are strictly on a first come, first serve basis and cannot be reserved or held for a patron.
A museum pass may be checked out for 4 days and is not renewable.
A late fee of $5.00 per day will apply, up to the full cost of the museum pass.
The patron on whose library card the pass has been borrowed is responsible for the full replacement cost of the pass. (The cost of the pass varies by museum.) There is a $3.00 fee for loss or damage of the case.
Borrowers are responsible for calling or checking the museum website directly for hours of operation, current exhibits, parking and directions. Each museum determines the rules and regulations governing the use of its Museum Pass. The Museum Pass may not provide admission to all exhibits at the museum. The Library assumes no responsibility of any kind arising out of the use of Museum Passes or any parking accommodations.
The Museum Pass Program is generously sponsored by the Friends of the Free Public Library of Monroe Township.
Admits four (4) guests, adults or children, to the museum. Also provides access to the Laurels and Waterloo Mills Preserves (check brandywine.org for hours and directions). Present pass at the Visitor Services desk.
Winter Hours (January 9–March 31): Open Wednesday–Monday, 10am–4pm (Closed Tuesdays)
Regular Hours (April 1–November 22): Open Wednesday–Monday, 9:30am–4:30pm (Closed Tuesdays)
For more information call 610-388-2700 or visit www.brandywine.org
Admits six (6) people per visit for daytime general admission. Eastern State is not recommended for children under the age of seven. Although there is no programing for children under the age of seven, they are welcome to visit and their admission is complimentary. General admission includes “The Voices of Eastern State” audio tour, history exhibits and artist installations. Please note: Photographers using a tripod must purchase an equipment pass for an additional fee of $10. No portrait photography is permitted during public hours.
Open Wednesday – Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm. The last entry is at 4 pm, but most visitors spend about two hours on site. Admission is untimed. Eastern State is open rain or shine, and the building does not have climate control. Please dress for the weather, and be sure to wear appropriate footwear.
Museum passes are not valid for Terror Behind the Walls, discounts in the museum store, special events, facility rentals or paranormal investigations.
For more information call 215-236-3300 or visit www.easternstate.org.
Provides free general admission for two (2) adults and up to three (3) children per visit, discounted admission for up to six (6) additional guests, and free admission and discounts to over 750 other arts, cultural, and historical institutions with North American Reciprocal Museum Association (NARM) and Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM).
Open every day except Tuesday, 11am to 6pm. Hours may vary due to special events. Please visit their Calendar for updated general admission hours. Last admission 15 minutes before closing, and all visitors must exit promptly upon closing.
RESTRICTIONS: Check the following websites for institutional stipulations: narmassociation.org and https://sites.google.com/site/roammuseums/home
For more information call 215-733-0390 or visit www.phillymagicgardens.org.
The pass allows free general admission for up to two (2) adults and four (4) children.
For more information call 215-925-2800 or visit www.libertymuseum.org.
The museum pass admits two (2) adults and four (4) children under 18 with free general admission during regular museum hours.
For more information call 215-972-7600 or visit www.pafa.org.
Pass admits two (2) adults and all children under 18. No additional benefits, such as store discounts or special offers, are available to the holder of the pass. To use the pass, the library member will present the reusable card at the admission gate and be asked to fill out an information sheet.
For more information call 856-825-6800 or visit www.wheatonarts.org
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Book Club in a Bag is a service offered by the Library and supported by the Friends of the Monroe Township Public Library. If you are a member of a book club, or are thinking of starting one, Book Club in a Bag will give you all the items needed for your group to have a great discussion.
Cardholders of the Free Public Library of Monroe Township can check out a book club bag containing 6 copies of a title and a folder containing discussion questions and a sign out sheet for use by your book club members.
Only one Book Club in a Bag title may be checked out at a time. Check out more details by Clicking Here.
Patrons may request items from libraries throughout New Jersey using the JerseyCat Catalog.
Please note that there is no guarantee that a library will lend an item and that these requests can take anywhere from 1 - 3 weeks to be fulfilled (and in some cases longer).
The library can provide access to hundreds of free books for the visually impaired through the New Jersey State Library Talking Book and Braille Center.
The New Jersey State Library Talking Book and Braille Center (TBBC) is a public library for New Jersey residents of all ages whose ability to read is affected by a physical impairment, a reading disability, or a vision impairment. Anyone who cannot read standard print or who has difficulty holding a book or turning the pages of a book may qualify for TBBC's services.
Visit njsltbbc.org to learn more or ask your librarian.
The LOGIN Libraries App can help you manage loans, place holds and keep track of Library Events for the entire Library System.
Click Here for directions on how to install the mobile app on your device.
To learn more about LOGIN Libraries visit them at their website HERE
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A library database is a searchable electronic index of published, reliable resources. Databases provide access to a wealth of useful research materials from academic journals, newspapers, and magazines. Some databases also include e-books, relevant Web resources, and various multimedia.
Click on a link below to learn more about the relative Database.
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Monroe Township Library is happy to provide a free e-book lending service, known as OverDrive to its patrons. OverDrive is a free service that lets you borrow digital content (like ebooks and audiobooks) anytime, anywhere.
In order to access OverDrive you will need an updated library card (with a barcode starting with the number 2). When searching for this particular library you may need to enter "South Jersey Regional Library" or "08094" if prompted (depending on your particular device).
You can learn how to download and access OverDrive on all of your devices so that you can start borrowing e-Books HERE.
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Hoopla Digital is a free digital media service that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows on your computer, tablet, smartphone and even your Smart TV. Hoopla allows you to check out 6 items per month.
In order to access Hoopla you will need an updated library card (with a barcode starting with the number 2). Enter your email address and create a password for your account. Search for our Library by entering the zipcode 08094 and enter your library card number.
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