Today’s library is more than a physical location.
You can access these library resources from home for help
with homework or to find information and fun books to read!
|The BibliOak system is the catalog for the
Bibliomation consortium. To access
your account please enter your
library barcode number and the
last four digits of your telephone
number. Please try the BiblioOak
syste for placing items on hold
before tryin the reQuest system.
Ebooks and eaudiobooks from
Overdrive are available from
the Putnam Public Library.This
service is only available to
you must have a valid library
card to participate.This
has been provided by the
our Putnam Lion’s
Ebooks and audiobooks from One Click
are available from the Putnam Public Library.
Library patrons who wish to use this
service must come into the library to
create an account on the library computers,
then use their username and password
to download books to their device at home.
ReQuest is the Connecticut
statewide interlibrary loan
system.Ordered Items will
be sent to our library and
we will contact you.
IConn.org is the place for
all of your information
needs. You can find full-text
articles from magazines,
and reference books.
If you would like help keeping track of the items
you have taken out of any of the Bibliomation libraries
(Putnam, Killingly, Thompson) you can register
for a free service called Library Elf. This is run
by a private company that allows you to receive
email notices before items are due, overdue
or now available. "Bibliomation" is the library.
Taxes, taxes, taxes!
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