Tucson-area libraries will have limited services Wednesday

2012-10-12T12:01:00Z Tucson-area libraries will have limited services WednesdayArizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
October 12, 2012 12:01 pm  • 

Librarygoers, take note: Due to scheduled computer maintenance, many services will be limited at Pima County Public Library branches next Wednesday.

• What won’t be available: the library catalog, new library cards, self-checkout computers and digital downloads such as ebooks, audiobooks, music, videos and online research tools and databases that require a login.

Patrons will not be able to pay fines or access My Account to renew materials, place holds or reserves or view their accounts online.

Public computers with Internet access will not be available at these locations: Caviglia-Arivaca, Dewhirst-Catalina, Martha Cooper, Oro Valley, Quincie Douglas, Salazar-Ajo and the Community Literacy Center near the Quincie Douglas Library.

• What will be available: The libraries will be open regular hours and you can return materials, check out materials at the service desk, use public computers with Internet access at most libraries (except as noted above), and access Homework Help in person and online.

All library programs will take place as scheduled.   

For more information go to www.library.pima.gov or call 791-4010.

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