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For Adults

Get Your ACDL
     Or one for your child, grandchild or etc. If you live, work, or own property in Ashtabula County, you’re eligible.
Renew Your Books, etc.    If no one else has put your materials on reserve, you can renew online and avoid overdue fines.
Book Page
Book Reviews
  If you don’t find your next great book on NoveList, you may find it here.
Cozy Reads   Good books that steer clear of R-rated themes. 
Printing/Copying/Faxes   Costs of some services you might need.
Every Child Ready to Read   If you have a pre-schooler in your life, you can help them get the "early literacy" skills they'll need to have when they start school and begin learning to read on their own.
Learning Express   Practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want—at school, at work, or in life.
Job & Career Accelerator   Assess careers for which you might be suited, browse listings for jobs and internships, prepare your resumes and cover letters, and organize your search for your next job.
Browse Movies    More than 11,000 titles and counting.
Sound Recordings    More than 6,000 books on cd and music albums. 
Register to Vote   The Library has forms available. Ask at the Circulation Desk.
Get a Golden Buckeye Card    Ohio's senior citizens can get discounts from many businesses. Applications available at Circulation Desks.
Energy Assistance    Apply for several state and federal assistance programs with one application. More information at our Circulation Desks.

Public Computers

  ACDL has more than 40 computers available for use on a first-come/first served basis. Time limits apply with other patrons waiting.
Meeting Rooms   A meeting room is available on a first-come/first-served basis at each library. Read our meeting room policy. Fill out the agreement form to bring with you when you reserve the room.
Bulletin Boards, Display Cases    Got a display you’d like to put in the Library? Or a sign you’d like us to post? Click the links to check the groundrules. 
Resources for Parents    Ways to encourage your child's reading at any age, what to expect at various ages, useful resources if you're home-schooling, and more.
Ask our Reference Department    They don’t actually know everything. But they probably do know how to help you find whatever it is you need to know. 997-9341, ext. 226; or email your question to:
Also: a private tutor/study room is available at Ashtabula Library. We also have large-print books, talking books, descriptive video, collections of Spanish and Italian language books, map and pamphlet collections, federal and state documents, and reference librarians to help you find what you need to know. Ask at the service desks.

   Teachers and Home-schoolers: Special Resources for You!