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- Get a Library Card
Applying for a new library card is easy and only takes a few minutes. You will need to visit the library in person and present identification and proof of your current address (if that on your ID is not current). Also, if you are under the age of 18, you will need to have a parent or guardian come to the library with you to sign your application as the responsible adult.
- Home Delivery Service
Home Delivery Service provides free library service to the homebound or living in a residence facility. Residents of the Village of Oakfield who are unable to come to the library due to physical limitations are eligible for this service.
- Devices and other items to Check-out
The library owns items and devices that you can take home including kill-a-watt meter.
- Printing/Faxing/Wireless Printing
Print from your own device or one of ours.
B& W prints or copies are ten cents.
Color prints or copies are 15 cents.
Library users can print wirelessly to the library's printer from their computers, tablets, or phones with Google Cloud Print. Anyone with a Google account can take advantage of this service.
A free Google account can be set up at https://accounts.google.com/SignUp
Users will be asked to login and add the library's printer to their account. Simply click on this link https://goo.gl/OT0d48 or copy it into your browser and when prompted click the Add Printer link.
After the initial setup, users can print any time - anywhere and pick up their prints at the library before the end of the day. By logging in to any device with their Google account, users can print web pages from Google Chrome, documents from Google Docs or upload files from their computer to the Google Cloud Print website https://www.google.com/cloudprint. There is a limit of 10 pages per day and all prints must be paid for before being released.
The village office offers fax services to the public.
- Downloadable ebooks and audiobooks
Do you have an eReader, tablet, smartphone, or computer? You can download FREE ebooks and audiobooks from the library using the Wisconsin Digital Library.
- Interlibrary Loan
The library can try to find materials not owned locally and can request they be loaned to you from another library. Delivery of materials may take a minimum of three weeks.
- Proctoring Services
We provide proctoring services free of charge for both written and online examinations.
- Recommend Materials
Suggest the title of a book, movie, CD, or other item that you think the library should purchase.
- Sign up for text notifications from the Library
Try the library's text messaging service. Get texts when items are due, holds are ready to pick up and more.
- Teacher Services
Oakfield Public Library offers special cards and collections to make gathering and checking out materials easier for teachers.