- 1 How do I borrow books from the Queens Library online?
- 2 How do you use Queens Library?
- 3 How do I borrow an eBook from the public library?
- 4 Is Queens Library part of NYPL?
- 5 How do I know when my library book is due?
- 6 How do I get a Queens Library card?
- 7 Can University of Ulster students use Queen’s University library?
- 8 How do I make my library eBooks forever?
- 9 Do I have to return eBooks to the library?
- 10 How long can you borrow an eBook from the library?
- 11 Do Queens Library cards expire?
- 12 Can I donate books to my local library?
- 13 Why do Library cards expire?
How do I borrow books from the Queens Library online?
You can also access, browse and check out on Axis360 in an internet browser by going to queens. axis360.baker-taylor.com. Each library account is allotted to check out up to 50 e-items (ebooks and audiobooks) from Axis360. Each account may also request up to 50 items.
How do you use Queens Library?
Log in to the app using your Queen’s username and password. Students and staff are also welcome to visit Special Collections in the McClay Library but please visit their webpages as it is now on an appointment only basis and material must be pre-ordered.
How do I borrow an eBook from the public library?
Step 1 of 3: Borrow an eBook from your public library
- Go to your public library’s website.
- Look for the “eBooks” section of the page.
- If required, select OverDrive as the service that you’d like to use to browse books.
- Find a book that you’re interested in and click Borrow.
Is Queens Library part of NYPL?
July 16, 2018—Brooklyn Public Library (BPL), The New York Public Library (NYPL, serving Manhattan, the Bronx, and Staten Island), and Queens Library announced today that they have joined together to launch Culture Pass, a library-led, city-wide initiative providing free access to myriad cultural institutions across the
How do I know when my library book is due?
Click on your name at the top right hand corner and then My Library Account. You will be able to see your loans, due dates, and any requests and fines you have.
How do I get a Queens Library card?
For residents of Queens: apply online at www. queenslibrary.org/services/ library – card /apply-online or in person at any of the 62 library locations throughout Queens.
Can University of Ulster students use Queen’s University library?
Both Ulster and QUB are participating in the scheme. However, under the scheme, QUB Library will only allow access to academic staff and postgraduate research students. Further details on the scheme are available from the Library’s Sconul Access page.
How do I make my library eBooks forever?
The trick is super simple. Before OverDrive reaches back through the ether to reclaim their content, throw your device into airplane mode. This works for any ereader, tablet, or smartphone.
Do I have to return eBooks to the library?
Last Updated: Jan 29, 2020 7987. NOTE: All eBooks (and eAudiobooks) expire on their own, so there’s no need to return them early. They will disappear from your library account and device once they have expired.
How long can you borrow an eBook from the library?
How long is the lending period for an eBook or eAudiobook? The lending period is 21 days for an eBook or eAudiobook. You can adjust the checkout time to 7 or 14 days if you don’t need the full 21 days. How many titles can I check out at once?
Do Queens Library cards expire?
Library cards expire every 5 years. I lost my card. How do I replace it? If you have had a card before and it is lost, stolen or expired, please visit any Queens Public Library location and speak to a Customer Service Representative.
Can I donate books to my local library?
Libraries usually accept donations and sell those books in a Friends of the Library fundraiser. Local libraries give us so many books for free–let’s give some back to them!
Why do Library cards expire?
According to the “Circulation and Library Card” policy, “Library cards expire regularly to confirm address and other contact information.” We expire cards so that we may periodically check with patrons to assure we have updated information.