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Public Libraries FAQs
If you are looking for a quiet space to study, conduct research or enjoy a novel, then you might want to visit your local public library. If you are curious about the services public libraries offer, then you might find the following answers to a few basic questions helpful:

What services do public libraries provide?
Public libraries are fantastic resources for anyone who wants to research a subject in depth. In larger public libraries, you can find a wealth of books on any subject, audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, periodicals, public records, governmental documents, old photographs and numerous research materials. Public libraries also offer wireless internet access, so that users can take their tablets and laptops and use the library's online resources. Public libraries also host literary events such as public readings by authors, offer tours, have language learning centers and host numerous literary events anyone can attend.

Why would I use a public library?
While it may be far easier to search free online databases when you are conducting research, very often these sources of information are unreliable. Anyone who is seriously researching a subject would be well advised to check the resources of their public library for original documents, microfiche newspaper articles and published books which cannot be found online.

How do I check a book out of a public library?
You can select the books you would like to take home and present them to the librarian along with your library card. Many libraries will allow you to reserve books online in advance so that you will be sure of finding them once you arrive at the location. If you don't have a library card, it is fairly easy to be issued one. Most public libraries will require the presentation of a photo identification card, along with a utility bill addressed to you as proof of residency. After filling out the appropriate registration form, you should then be issued a library card immediately. Many libraries allow you to download the registration form and fill it out in advance.

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STANDARD LISTINGS:   PUBLIC-LIBRARIES IN/NEAR ROANOKE
Roanoke City Library Write review for this local business
706 S Jefferson St, Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 853-2473  
Roanoke City Library Write review for this local business
215 Church Ave SW Ste 303, Roanoke, VA 24011
(540) 853-2785  
City of Roanoke Write review for this local business
215 Church Ave SW Ste 303, Roanoke, VA 24011
(540) 853-2000  
City of Roanoke Circuit Judges Write review for this local business
315 Church Ave SW Ste D, Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 853-1040  
Rhec Library Write review for this local business
108 N Jefferson St Ste 208, Roanoke, VA 24016
(540) 767-6011  
Jackson Park Library Write review for this local business
1101 Morningside St SE, Roanoke, VA 24013
(540) 853-2640  
Melrose Library Write review for this local business
2607 Salem Tpke NW, Roanoke, VA 24017
(540) 853-2648  
Blue Ridge Library Write review for this local business
28 Avery Row, Roanoke, VA 24012
(540) 977-3433  
Williamson Road Library Write review for this local business
3837 Williamson Rd NW, Roanoke, VA 24012
(540) 853-2340  
Roanoke County Library Write review for this local business
6624 Peters Creek Rd, Roanoke, VA 24019
(540) 561-8024  
Mount Pleasant Branch Library Write review for this local business
2918 Jae Valley Rd, Roanoke, VA 24014
(540) 427-3130  
Backstage Library Works Write review for this local business
15 Apple Blossom Cir, Roanoke, VA 24019
(540) 966-2167  
Roanoke County School Administrative Offices Write review for this local business
5937 Cove Rd, Roanoke, VA 24019
(540) 562-3725  
Norfolk & Western Historical Society Write review for this local business
1047 Mattie Dr, Roanoke, VA 24012
(540) 342-0575  
Roanoke County Library Write review for this local business
6303 Merriman Rd, Roanoke, VA 24018
(540) 772-7507  
Roanoke County of Write review for this local business
5204 Bernard Dr, Roanoke, VA 24018
(540) 772-2005  
Vinton Town Library Write review for this local business
800 E Washington Ave, Vinton, VA 24179
(540) 857-5043  
Salem City Library Write review for this local business
28 E Main St, Salem, VA 24153
(540) 375-3089  
When considering a local public library, decide what you need and target your search accordingly. If you're looking for quality children's programs, target libraries that have very active children's departments with many activities geared toward the younger set. If you're looking for books on antiquity, look at libraries that have an extensive historical book collection. Keep in mind that public libraries can be your number one source for information. There, you can rent a DVD, print a map, listen to a CD, research individual tapes from public newspapers, sit in private to read a book, or take out unrestricted books on a variety of topics such as science, mathematics, statistics, fiction, history, biology and even organization skills. Whether you want a non-fiction novel, or a biography about a famous person, check out a few different public or private libraries to visit. Go online first to get contact information, hours, and locations. Then visit a few to get a feel for each place and helpfulness of staff members. The librarian is there to help you with any questions you may have regarding the library collection, computer usage, schedules and programs, so go ahead and ask. You can use the computers to research information on the Internet as well, or use the Internet at home as an educational source. Make sure you understand the late fee policy from the librarian before taking out books or DVDs. Usually you have about three weeks to enjoy the book or DVD collection before you have to return it.


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