Since I was unable to visit the Woods Memorial library I have provided some information on what Pima County Public Library’s (PCPL) overall website has to offer to its patrons. PCPL’s website is so functional that I, personally, use it almost daily. I like to keep up-to-date on new releases and what they order. They offer a variety of online services and assistive technologies as well as an extensive catalog and plenty of resources for city services and groups that they offer at many of their locations.
Here is the clickable url to PCPL’s website: http://www.library.pima.gov/
Woods Memorial Library is (sort of) active on Twitter.
PCPL has 5 different blogs to check out with reviews and tips written by library staff.
They provide many online services including: Overdrive and One Click Reading for eBooks and audiobooks and Freading for eBooks.
Zinio lets you read popular magazines for free.
You can learn about their free computer classes offered at most PCPL locations.
Search through select magazine, journal or article databases.
You can read the Arizona Daily Star (local newspaper) for free!
PCPL members can pay their late fees and donate online with Smartpay.
Their Acceptable Use Policy can be read here and can be found in their computer information section on their website.
You can use your library card for each of these services.