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Unicorns: Break The Cage by Talewise

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Unicorns: Break The Cage

by Talewise

Click HERE to access the video!

Instructions:
1. Click the link to access the FREE video and activities.

2. Sign in with Google or Facebook, or create a free account. Talewise will NOT send you advertising or put you on any mailing lists.

3. Ignore the payment method box, the system is automatically applying a coupon code for your FREE access.

4. After you sign in, scroll down and click ‘Continue’ to start the show!

5. The show is now saved in your Talewise account. Next time you want to access it just go to talewise.com, sign in, and pick up where you left off!

This video experience is brought to you by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library

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SFPL to Resume In-Person Service Starting Wednesday, July 7, 2021

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The Santa Fe Public Library is pleased to announce that we will be opening our doors to the public on Wednesday, July 7 at 10:00 a.m. After opening week, all three branches (Main, La Farge, and Southside) will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., until further notice.

Patrons will once again be able to browse the shelves for materials to check out, use a public computer station for up to one hour per day, print documents, use the restrooms, shop at our Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library bookstores at Main and Southside, etc. We can still provide curbside pickup for those unable to come inside.

To protect unvaccinated children and adults, staff and library users will be required to wear masks that cover the mouth and nose while in library buildings, regardless of vaccination status.

Until further notice:

  • In-person library programs will be held outdoors;
  • Meeting rooms are not available to the public;
  • Patrons are requested to make visits as brief as possible, preferably one hour or less;
  • Food and drink (besides water) will be prohibited in the library;
  • Outdoor book returns only. Exception: Interlibrary loan books can be returned directly to staff at the circulation desks.

We’d like to thank the Santa Fe community for your patience, resilience, and kindness since COVID-19 restrictions closed our doors in March of 2020, and prompted us to explore different ways of serving you. We look forward to seeing your smiling eyes very soon!

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Apply for our Youth Library Internship opportunity today!

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PLA Inclusive Internship Initiative Program

Santa Fe Public Library was selected to participate in the Public Library Association’s Inclusive Internship Initiative (III), which offers a paid, summer-long internship for a high school student at the library. Through III, students from diverse backgrounds are introduced to careers in librarianship.

We are currently recruiting for a motivated, public-service minded high school student between the ages of 16-19. Could you be our III intern?

Public libraries represent the diversity of the communities they serve. In alignment with PLA’s strategic goal of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice, III was piloted in 2017 as a pathway program to increase diversity in public librarianship. Since its inception, 152 high school students at 117 libraries in 42 states have learned about careers in librarianship.

Through community-based projects developed by the interns, many libraries have been able to reach new audiences and create partnerships that had not been possible before. In the 2018 evaluation, 99% of responses reported that the intern’s projects were rated as highly valuable by both interns and mentors.

Our Library

The mission of the Santa Fe Public Library is to inform, enrich and educate the members of the community by creating and promoting access to a diversity of ideas and information, and by supporting lifelong learning and reading. In accomplishing its mission, the library honors the community’s unique cultural heritage and traditions, while preparing its community members for the future.

Santa Fe Public Library serves our communities in three locations, as well as virtually. Services include access to print material, media, information and reference services, programming for all ages, technology and technology assistance. Though the Library explicitly supports diverse communities in its mission and core values, its staff does not mirror community demographics. Only 10% are Spanish-bilingual. There is a critical need to recruit and support local talent, particularly from underrepresented communities, in order to serve the City of Santa Fe well.

Programming, Outreach and Library Services

This summer, our III intern will work with mentor Librarian at Santa Fe Public Library to serve Santa Fe communities during the annual Summer Reading Program. The III intern will work with a designated mentor to develop and promote inclusive teen and emerging adult programming.

Internship Tasks and Responsibilities

With their mentor, our intern will develop a connected learning project to be completed over the summer. The intern is expected to spend dedicated time writing, reflecting, and sharing about their experience.

Under the guidance of the library mentor, intern must:

  • Contribute to the design and delivery of a connected learning project
  • Report to designated mentor
  • Ability to work from home and from any of the three Santa Fe Public Library branches as needed
  • Engage in virtual and in person community programs
  • Provide outreach to City of Santa Fe youth
  • Work up to 35 hours per week in the library to complete the project
  • Spend dedicated time writing about and reflecting on the experience
  • Participate in monthly virtual learning and networking opportunities
  • Complete short, biweekly surveys
  • Be comfortable sharing successes, challenges, opportunities across the III cohort
  • Ability to participate in a PLA virtual kick-off event June 21-22, 2021
  • Ability to participate in a PLA virtual wrap-up event September 25-26, 2021

Intern will be paid a stipend at the end of their internship equaling to $12.32/hour

Qualifications

  • Intern must be entering their junior or senior year of high school, or first year of college
  • Strongly preferred that applicant know and speak basic Spanish
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with little supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas
  • Proficient computer, technology and social media skills
  • Applicants should have an interest in libraries, as well as a passion for public service and community work

If the selected Intern needs assistance accessing computer and/or internet remotely, the library will provide these for them.

Benefits and Importance of Internship

The relationship between the intern, mentor, and Library is a symbiotic one and benefits all involved. By the end of the summer, the Intern will increase skills in their identified project areas. They will also more fully understand the scope of library work and be able to identify how their interests and skills match that work. Mentors will develop leadership, communication, and coaching skills. Participating libraries will better understand how to engage and support diverse students while also creating career and programmatic pathways to increase diversity.

Please Note: The PLA Inclusive Internship Initiative funds library internships this summer for 50 high school juniors and seniors from diverse populations. Libraries are instructed to select interns that reasonably reflect the diversity of the community it serves. All steps of the application, interview, and selection process will be driven by the goals and scope of the PLA grant.

How to Apply

Complete and return the Internship Application along with one letter of recommendation from a teacher, other school official, community partner, or librarian. We will review applications, select candidates, and schedule interviews in early June.

Submit your application and letter to library@santafenm.gov. You may also drop off your application in person at any of the three Santa Fe Public Library branches during curbside services. Hours for curbside service are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 12 (noon) – 5:30 p.m.

For questions or assistance contact Jessica Gulliford at jmgulliford@santafenm.gov.

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Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program 2021 Starts June 1st!

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Toddlers and children up to 17 years of age are eligible to participate in the reading program. Children may read independently or be read to by adults and older children. Reading library books, personal books, ebooks, and listening to audiobooks all count toward earning prizes. Please write down the title of each book and keep track of the number minutes read for each book in your reading log. Give Beanstack a try this year to earn digital badges and keep track of your reading!

Tails and Tales is sponsored by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library and the New Mexico State Library.

Choose one of these options to register:

1. Go to http://santafelibrary.beanstack.com

2. Download the Beanstack app from your app store

3. Request a paper log from any one of our libraries

Be sure to visit your library branch to pick up a free book bag!

We will be having  socially-distanced, outdoor story times and craft programs for children and their families at the Main Library and the Southside Branch Library. Please wear your masks and meet us under the portal every Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:30 a.m. during the months of June and July for these Tails and Tales Summer Reading 2021 programs!

There will also be a special performer each Friday at 1:00 p.m. (Except July 2nd) on either Zoom or YouTube and hopefully a safe and social-distanced in-person magic performance from Tall Paul to wrap up the summer on July 30. Go to our Summer Reading page for more details and check the calendar below for the schedule:

Young Adult and Adult Summer Reading Programs (Summer reading is for everybody!)

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES IN NEED OF ACCOMMODATIONS, CONTACT THE LIBRARY AT 505-955-6788, FIVE (5) WORKING DAYS PRIOR TO MEETING DATE.

For more information about these free online events and where to register for them, visit santafelibrary.org/calendar

Library Bingo

 

To participate, print out or pick up your library bingo board from any of the Santa Fe Public library branches!

 RULES: To win Bingo, connect 5 in a row horizontally, vertically or diagonally by writing your completed titles in each block. Read in any format (book, ebook, audiobook, etc.). Fill in the whole board for an extra challenge and a chance to win the GRAND prize! Only one submission per person.

PRIZES: We will raffle prizes at the end of the summer. To enter, bring in your completed board to a librarian at SFPL. You may also scan or take a photo of your completed board and email to library@santafenm.gov.

Deadline: September 1, 2021

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Curbside Pickup Service at SFPL

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Santa Fe Public Library now offers curbside pickup of library materials and print jobs at all three locations. Hours for curbside service are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 12 (noon) – 5:30 p.m.

Returns are now accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (except holidays, check the calendar at: https://santafelibrary.org/calendar-3/) at our designated book drops. Please do not force your items if they happen to be full after hours. We do not have late fees, so please return at a later time in this unlikely event. All buildings remain closed to the public at this time.

Please call ahead if you are able and we’ll have your items ready when you arrive to expedite the process. Wear a mask or face covering and remain 6 feet or more from others until your name is called for pickup at Main and La Farge. Southside is continuing to deliver to your vehicle and requests for this accommodation can be made at Main and La Farge for those needing this service.

Main                                      955-6785

La Farge                               955-4860

Southside                             955-2810

Patrons can check out new materials by placing them on “hold” through the Library system’s online catalog catalog.santafelibrary.org (account log-in is patron’s last name and their library card number), and request the location where they would like to pick up their materials. Patrons can also call one of the Library branches for assistance with placing holds (Main Library: 955-6785; La Farge: 955-4860; Southside: 955-2810). Patrons without cell phones may also call these numbers to schedule a walk-up pickup appointment.

Starting on Tuesday, August 25 and all curbside service hours thereafter, SFPL will be offering curbside pickup of black and white print jobs to the public. Please call your branch reference desk if you have any questions about curbside printing pickup, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Main: 955-6781; La Farge: 955-4862; Southside: 955-2820)

  1. Submit your Document(s) for printing to library@santafenm.gov and specify how many total copies that you need.
  2. Please attach the file(s) or provide detailed web links to what you need printed.
  3. Specify which branch you will pick it up from with a contact name, phone number, and email.
  4. Print jobs require at least 24 hours and can only be picked up during curbside service Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 12 noon to 5:30 p.m. Email is not responded to on Sundays.
  5. You will be contacted via email to verify when you can pick up the Print Job and the estimated cost.
  6. Print jobs will be available at the curbside walk up table. Please notify staff that you are picking up print jobs and not hold materials.
  7. Printing is Black & White only, up to 50 pages, and is 10¢ per side. Cash or coin only and due to COVID-19 safety we cannot make change at this time.
  8. All documents are printed in the format that they are received and will not be altered by Staff.
  9. Please remember that sending sensitive personal information through email is not recommended. All files will be deleted by staff after being printed.

Printing services are made possible by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library. Please consider donating and/or joining at https://www.santafelibraryfriends.org/support-us

 

Returns are not accepted at curbside pickup; patrons must use the outdoor book drops when returning materials. Returned materials will be placed in quarantine for 3 days before being checked in. Patrons may return materials and still see them on their account for 3-5 days afterward due to this health precaution. Holds may also take longer to fulfill due to this procedure. Any overdue notices patrons may receive for library materials that have already been returned may be disregarded.

Once the hold becomes available, patrons will be contacted by email or phone call. Patrons will have 10 days from the time of notice to pick up their materials at their requested curbside pickup location.

Each branch has dedicated parking spaces for patron pickup with numbers assigned. Once there, patrons are asked to call the phone number listed on signs to let staff know they’ve arrived. For confirmation, patrons will be asked to provide their name, date of birth, and library card number to verify their identity. All items will be bagged and brought out to their assigned parking space. Patrons must remain in their vehicle until staff return to the building.

Attending staff will wear personal protective equipment including facemasks and gloves, and follow public health protocols to protect themselves and the public from possible COVID-19 transmission.

Loan amounts have temporarily (or permanently upon review) been increased for all media items. Patrons may now check out up to 15 DVDs, 15 CDs, and 15 audiobooks on their card for up to 2 weeks. All Books, except New Books, will remain as 4 week checkouts and patrons may check out up to 50 at a time. New Books will remain as 2 week checkouts with a limit of 4 per card to promote quicker turnover of high demand items.

Santa Fe Public Library is continuing to follow mandates and guidelines from Gov. Lujan Grisham, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the New Mexico Department of Health for the protection of patrons, staff, and our community.

Patrons are also encouraged to utilize the Library’s digital collections of eBooks, Audiobooks, Movies and virtual programming at santafelibrary.org.

 

Recogida fuera de la entrada

La Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe ahora ofrece la recogida de materiales fuera de la entrada de las bibliotecas en las tres ubicaciones. Los días y horas de servicio son los martes, miércoles, jueves, y sábados de 12:00 (mediodía) – 5:30 p.m.

Los usuarios pueden ver nuevos materiales y poner los en “espera” (HOLD) en el catálogo en línea del sistema de bibliotecas, que se puede encontrar en catalog.santafelibrary.org.

Para comenzar, entre su apellido y número de tarjeta de biblioteca. Cuando pida una retención o “espera”, indique la ubicación donde desea recoger sus materiales. También pueden llamar a una de las bibliotecas para obtener ayuda con retenciones (esperas). (Biblioteca principal (Main):  505-955-6785; La Farge:  505-955-4860; Lado sur (Southside):  505- 955-2810). Las personas sin teléfonos celulares también pueden llamar a estos números para registrar por una cita de recogida en la puerta antes de ir a la Biblioteca.

Las entregas o devoluciones ahora se aceptan las 24 horas del día, y los siete días de la semana en el sitio de entregas de libros designadas. (pero no en días festivos, consulte nuestro calendario en: https://santafelibrary.org/calendar-3/). Por favor, no fuerce sus materiales para adentro de los sitios de entregas si están llenos después de horas. No tenemos cargos por materiales atrasados y puede devolverlos en otro día.

No podemos aceptar sus regresos fuera de la entrada; tiene que usar los sitios entregas que están afuera del edificio para regresar los materiales. Los materiales que son devueltos están en cuarentena por tres (3) días antes de quitar los de su cuenta de biblioteca. Usted puede regresar sus materiales y todavía verlos en su cuenta por 3-5 días después, esto es por precaución y cuidado de la salud. Las retenciones o esperas, también pueden tardarse más para recibir, porque debemos realizar el mismo procedimiento. Los mensajes por materiales atrasados que pueda recibir, pero que ya ha devuelto, deben ser ignorados.

Recogiendo los trabajos de impresión

La Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe está ofreciendo al público la recogida fuera de la entrada, de copias en blanco y negro. Las copias cuestan diez centavos (10) por cada lado. Debiendo al COVID-19, solamente aceptamos dinero y no podemos hacer cambio en este momento. Las máximas páginas para un trabajo de impresión son 50 páginas.

Para trabajos de impresión/haciendo copias:

  • Envíe sus documentos a library@santafenm.gov por correo electrónico y explique cuántas copias necesita.
  • Incluye los archivos o enlaces web que necesita copiado.
  • Indica dónde quiere recoger sus copias (Main, La Farge o Southside) y deje su nombre, número de teléfono, y su correo electrónico.

Todos los documentos se copiarán en el formato recibido y no serán alterados. No se recomienda enviar información confidencial por correo electrónico. Todos los archivos serán borrados después de hacer la respectivas impresiones y copias.

Nosotros le contactaremos por correo electrónico para que nos informe cuándo puede recoger sus copias e informarle el costo estimado. Los trabajos de impresión/las copias estarán en la mesa afuera durante las horas al lado del bordillo. Por favor, notifique al personal, que usted está recogiendo sus copias y no otro tipo de materiales. Los trabajos de impresión requieren 24 horas al menos, y solamente pueden ser recogidos durante las horas de servicio fuera de la entrada. No respondemos al correo electrónico en los domingos. Por favor llame al escritorio de referencia de la Biblioteca si tiene alguna pregunta sobre la recogida de trabajos de impresión fuera de la entrada.

Los servicios de impresión son posibles gracias a Los amigos de la Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe. Puede donar y/o unirse con este grupo a https://www.santafelibraryfriends.org/support-us

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Library Services During Our Closure

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We are still working hard for our community even while library buildings are closed to the public:

Curbside Pickup of Holds

Santa Fe Public Library now offers curbside pickup of library materials at all three locations. Hours for curbside service are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday from 12 (noon) – 5:30 p.m.

Returns are now accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week (except holidays, see our calendar at: https://santafelibrary.org/calendar-3/) at our designated book drops. Please do not force your items if they happen to be full after hours. We do not have late fees, so please return at a later time in this unlikely event.

 Patrons can check out new materials by placing them on “hold” through the Library system’s online catalog catalog.santafelibrary.org (account log-in is patron’s last name and their library card number), and request the location where they would like to pick up their materials. Patrons can also call one of the Library branches for assistance with placing holds (Main Library: 955-6785; La Farge: 955-4860; Southside: 955-2810). Patrons without cell phones may also call these numbers to schedule a walk-up pickup appointment.

Returns are not accepted at curbside pickup; patrons must use the outdoor book drops when returning materials. Returned materials will be placed in quarantine for 3 days before being checked in. Patrons may return materials and still see them on their account for 3-5 days afterward due to this health precaution. Holds may also take longer to fulfill due to this procedure. Any overdue notices patrons may receive for library materials that have already been returned may be disregarded.

Curbside Pickup of print jobs

Starting on Tuesday, August 25 and all curbside service hours thereafter, SFPL will be offering curbside pickup of black and white print jobs to the public. Please call your branch reference desk if you have any questions about curbside printing pickup, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Main: 955-6781; La Farge: 955-4862; Southside: 955-2820)

  1. Submit your Document(s) for printing to library@santafenm.gov and specify how many total copies that you need.
  2. Please attach the file(s) or provide detailed web links to what you need printed.
  3. Specify which branch you will pick it up from with a contact name, phone number, and email.
  4. Print jobs require at least 24 hours and can only be picked up during curbside service Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday 12 noon to 5:30 p.m. Email is not responded to on Sundays.
  5. You will be contacted via email to verify when you can pick up the Print Job and the estimated cost.
  6. Print jobs will be available at the curbside walk up table. Please notify staff that you are picking up print jobs and not hold materials.
  7. Printing is Black & White only, up to 50 pages, and is 10¢ per side. Cash or coin only and due to COVID-19 safety we cannot make change at this time.
  8. All documents are printed in the format that they are received and will not be altered by Staff.
  9. Please remember that sending sensitive personal information through email is not recommended. All files will be deleted by staff after being printed.

Printing services are made possible by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library. Please consider donating and/or joining at https://www.santafelibraryfriends.org/support-us

 

Answering Reference Questions

We are still answering reference questions and library card inquiries at our email library@santafenm.gov. Please send an email and we will respond as soon as possible or call your branch reference desk during the service hours of Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. (Main: 955-6781; La Farge: 955-4862; Southside: 955-2820)

Readers’ Advisory

Looking for something great to read from our list of e-resources? Fill out this form and tell us what you like, dislike, and a few other factors, then a librarian will send you a personalized reading list and how to get access to them!

Request Children’s Personalized Book Bundles For Checkout

Please fill out the form found here to request books on a particular topic for your child. We’ll call or email you when they’re ready for you to check out during our Curbside Pickup Service (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday from noon until 5:30 p.m.).

You can also call your nearest Children’s Department, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., for assistance:
Main Library, (505) 955-6837; La Farge, (505) 955-4863; Southside, (505) 955-2828

Supporting Area Teachers and Students

For tutorials on how to use the library’s resources, check out our video playlist on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpC_tIuyMGLjFIVAb8FSD4fR6GjcasURi

Teachers needing assistance from the library can email us at library@santafenm.gov or fill out this form found at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc0lwu4qINGYpicR-mCH2xiH1JfGXV4XB48XczfaX2iz4gkbA/viewform

Signing Up New Library Cards

We are temporarily taking new library card applications for residents to access our digital resources and curbside pickup of physical materials while our buildings remain closed. Please send us your full name, date of birth, address within Santa Fe County, phone number, email address, and which library (Main, La Farge, Southside) you’d like to pick up your card from to library@santafenm.gov and we’ll message your card number back to you as soon as possible. Your card may be picked up with photo ID during Curbside Pickup hours (see above) at the library of your choice. If you signed up for a new card through email prior to July 24, 2020 and cannot pickup your card at Main, please call 955-6785 let us know which branch is more convenient for you.

Providing Wi-Fi Access

All three SFPL locations will provide internet access through our exising Wi-Fi networks in the parking lot of each library branch.  Please observe social distancing practices and remain in your vehicle if possible in our parking lots. The network information for all three SFPL locations is:

Network: Library Guest

Password: Library2020

There is also an unsecured network available at each location to log in without a password:

Network: All Together Santa Fe

 

Creating and Sharing Online Content

Check out our Youtube channel for stories, songs, bugs, and more! Santa Fe Public librarians will never stop reading to you! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaTCMcdWljDeNNm2KrRqo4w

Increasing Access to E-Resources

Santa Fe Public Library provides many digital services, such as e-books and e-audiobooks, streaming movies, TV and music services, free access to magazines and newspapers. We have increased the limits of items you may check out through our online e-resources and have been adding more titles for a greater selection there:

https://santafelibrary.org/e-resources/

Supporting Home & Online Learning

SFPL staff have started a helpful list of resources for parents and children to access at home.

http://santafelibrary.org/children/homelearningresources/

For more information and helpful resources find us on Facebook:

Santa Fe Public Library
https://www.facebook.com/santafepubliclibrary/

Santa Fe Public Library Book Discussion Group
https://www.facebook.com/groups/2763671377105104/

Thank you for your patience and support while we navigate how to best support our community during this time.

 

¡Todavía estamos trabajando de forma diligente para nuestra comunidad, mientras que las bibliotecas están cerradas al público!

Los servicios provisionales incluyen:

Tarjetas de la biblioteca

Estamos tomando aplicaciones nuevas por tarjetas de la biblioteca para que los residentes pueden usar los recursos digitales y materiales físicos por recoger esos materiales fuera de la entrada mientras nuestros edificios están cerrados.

Por favor, envíe su nombre completo, fecha de nacimiento, dirección dentro del Condado de Santa Fe, número de teléfono, y dirección de correo electrónico a library@santafenm.gov e indique de qué biblioteca desea recoger su tarjeta (Main, La Farge o Southside).

Luego, le enviaremos a su correo electrónico un mensaje con su número de tarjeta lo antes posible. Su tarjeta puede ser recogida presentando una identificación con foto durante las horas de recogida fuera de la entrada en la biblioteca seleccionada. Si se registró para obtener una nueva tarjeta por correo electrónico antes del 24 de julio de 2020 y no puede recoger su tarjeta en Main, por favor llame al 505-955-6785 y díganos cual qué biblioteca es más conveniente para usted.

Recogida fuera de la entrada

La Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe ahora ofrece la recogida de materiales fuera de la entrada de las bibliotecas en las tres ubicaciones. Los días y horas de servicio son los martes, miércoles, jueves, y sábados de 12:00 (mediodía) – 5:30 p.m.

Los usuarios pueden ver nuevos materiales y poner los en “espera” (HOLD) en el catálogo en línea del sistema de bibliotecas, que se puede encontrar en catalog.santafelibrary.org.

Para comenzar, entre su apellido y número de tarjeta de biblioteca. Cuando pida una retención o “espera”, indique la ubicación donde desea recoger sus materiales. También pueden llamar a una de las bibliotecas para obtener ayuda con retenciones (esperas). (Biblioteca principal (Main):  505-955-6785; La Farge:  505-955-4860; Lado sur (Southside):  505- 955-2810). Las personas sin teléfonos celulares también pueden llamar a estos números para registrar por una cita de recogida en la puerta antes de ir a la Biblioteca.

Las entregas o devoluciones ahora se aceptan las 24 horas del día, y los siete días de la semana en el sitio de entregas de libros designadas. (pero no en días festivos, consulte nuestro calendario en: https://santafelibrary.org/calendar-3/). Por favor, no fuerce sus materiales para adentro de los sitios de entregas si están llenos después de horas. No tenemos cargos por materiales atrasados y puede devolverlos en otro día.

No podemos aceptar sus regresos fuera de la entrada; tiene que usar los sitios entregas que están afuera del edificio para regresar los materiales. Los materiales que son devueltos están en cuarentena por tres (3) días antes de quitar los de su cuenta de biblioteca. Usted puede regresar sus materiales y todavía verlos en su cuenta por 3-5 días después, esto es por precaución y cuidado de la salud. Las retenciones o esperas, también pueden tardarse más para recibir, porque debemos realizar el mismo procedimiento. Los mensajes por materiales atrasados que pueda recibir, pero que ya ha devuelto, deben ser ignorados.

Recogiendo los trabajos de impresión

La Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe está ofreciendo al público la recogida fuera de la entrada, de copias en blanco y negro. Las copias cuestan diez centavos (10) por cada lado. Debiendo al COVID-19, solamente aceptamos dinero y no podemos hacer cambio en este momento. Las máximas páginas para un trabajo de impresión son 50 páginas.

Para trabajos de impresión/haciendo copias:

  • Envíe sus documentos a library@santafenm.gov por correo electrónico y explique cuántas copias necesita.
  • Incluye los archivos o enlaces web que necesita copiado.
  • Indica dónde quiere recoger sus copias (Main, La Farge o Southside) y deje su nombre, número de teléfono, y su correo electrónico.

Todos los documentos se copiarán en el formato recibido y no serán alterados. No se recomienda enviar información confidencial por correo electrónico. Todos los archivos serán borrados después de hacer la respectivas impresiones y copias.

Nosotros le contactaremos por correo electrónico para que nos informe cuándo puede recoger sus copias e informarle el costo estimado. Los trabajos de impresión/las copias estarán en la mesa afuera durante las horas al lado del bordillo. Por favor, notifique al personal, que usted está recogiendo sus copias y no otro tipo de materiales. Los trabajos de impresión requieren 24 horas al menos, y solamente pueden ser recogidos durante las horas de servicio fuera de la entrada. No respondemos al correo electrónico en los domingos. Por favor llame al escritorio de referencia de la Biblioteca si tiene alguna pregunta sobre la recogida de trabajos de impresión fuera de la entrada.

Los servicios de impresión son posibles gracias a Los amigos de la Biblioteca Pública de Santa Fe. Puede donar y/o unirse con este grupo a https://www.santafelibraryfriends.org/support-us

Acceso Wi-Fi

Las tres Bibliotecas Públicas de Santa Fe dan acceso al Internet por el sistema de Wi-Fi en los aparcaderos de las bibliotecas. Por favor, ponga atención a la distancia social y quédase en su vehículo si es posible en los aparcaderos. La información de red para las tres bibliotecas es:

Red:  Contraseña para el Invitado de la biblioteca (Library Guest): Library2020

También hay una red que no está segura en cada biblioteca para tener una sesión sin contraseña: Red: All Together Santa Fe/Todos juntos Santa Fe.

Preguntas de referencia

Todavía estamos respondiendo a preguntas de referencia y de tarjetas de biblioteca en nuestro correo electrónico en library@santafenm.gov. Por favor envíe un correo electrónico y le responderemos tan pronto como sea posible, o llame al escritorio de referencia durante los días y horas de servicio, lunes a sábado, 10:00 A.M. – 5:30 P.M. Main: (505) 955-6781; La Farge: (505) 955-4862; Southside: (505) 955-2820).

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  • Main Library

    145 Washington Avenue
    (505) 955-6781

    library@santafenm.gov

  • Oliver La Farge Branch

    1730 Llano Street
    (505) 955-4862

  • Southside Branch

    6599 Jaguar Drive
    (505) 955-2820