NUEVA eTarjeta de la Biblioteca Pública de Austin permite a los residentes de Austin acceder a la Biblioteca Virtual sin dejar la comodidad de su hogar

Reopening Plan

Austin Public Library, Recycled Reads, and Austin History Center are closed to the public during the City’s Stay Home, Work Safe Order. All book drops are closed.

Library resources available to the public include:

Library book drops will reopen and library staff will return to buildings with the conclusion of Austin’s Stay Home, Work Safe Order in accordance with health and safety guidelines.

  • Book drops at all Library locations are open (branches closed for renovation - Yarborough and Pleasant Hill - are not available for book return)
  • Books will be collected and quarantined for 72 hours

The Library will provide curbside service at select locations, beginning with Central, Manchaca, Ruiz, Southeast, Carver, Windsor Park, University Hills, North Village, Spicewood Springs and Milwood. Locations will be added as health and safety precautions allow.

  • Book drops at all Library locations are open (branches closed for renovation - Yarborough and Pleasant Hill - are not available for book return)
  • Curbside pickup available Monday through Friday 10:00AM – 6:00PM
  • Books will be collected and quarantined for 72 hours
  • Visit the Curbside Service page for details

Library locations will open with limited customer access. Health and safety guidelines will determine opening date and access levels.

The Library will resume full-service levels at all locations. Health and safety guidelines will determine opening date and access levels.

This was originally published several months ago, so it may be out of date.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Tuesday, February 6, 2018

NUEVA eTarjeta de la Biblioteca Pública de Austin permite a los residentes de Austin acceder a la Biblioteca Virtual sin dejar la comodidad de su hogar

Con la popularidad de los libros electrónicos y la transmisión digital de entretenimiento en aumento, la Biblioteca Pública de Austin anuncia el debut de su eTarjeta (Tarjeta Electrónica). No, no es una tarjeta de felicitación ni es una aplicación para su teléfono.

¿Entonces qué es? La eTarjeta de la Biblioteca Pública de Austin les da acceso a los recursos electrónicos disponibles en la Biblioteca Virtual a los adultos confinados a casa o simplemente a los residentes de Austin muy ocupados (de 18 años en adelante). Y nunca tiene que poner un pie en la Biblioteca. El formulario de inscripción y el proceso de solicitud se pueden completar en línea. 

Solicite una Tarjeta de la Biblioteca