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Contact us at 503-845-6401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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We’ll answer almost anything, but typical topics include homework, using your library, finding a great book to read, and really anything that you are interested in finding out more about.
Let us bring the library to you
The library is for everyone
We strive to make library resources available to everyone in the community, even if a person is unable to visit the library. Those enrolled in the Home Delivery Services program may receive books, DVDs, audiobooks, and more delivered to their homes. We also provide information about the Oregon State Library’s Talking Books and Braille Library.
Sign Up (see section 3.1)
We need information about where you live, what kinds of materials you would like, and how frequently you would like to receive deliveries. Fill out and send in the Homebound Application.
Please download and complete the Homebound Application below
For more information contact
Cecile Baker , Home Delivery Services coordinator
Frequently Asked Questions (see section 3.1)
Suggest and item for purchase
Want to make a suggestion of materials to add to the Library’s collection? We’d LOVE to hear from you.We welcome suggestions for new items to add to our collection. You can search our catalog to see if your suggestion is something we already own. If not, fill out the form below to make your suggestion.
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Request an Interlibrary Loan
Interlibrary Loans (ILLs) allow Mt. Angel Public Library patrons with valid library cards to borrow items owned by other library systems outside of CCRLS. If you can’t find something you want in the CCRLS catalog and it was published/released at least one year ago, you may use an ILL to request it. Note that the interlibrary loan process usually takes at least 3 weeks.
Please fill out the following form. Mt. Angel Public Library ILL Form
Interlibrary Loans (ILLs) allow Mt. Angle Public Library patrons with valid library cards to borrow items owned by other library systems. If you can’t find something you want in the CCRLS catalog (CATALOG.CCRLS.ORG) and it was published/released at least one year ago, you can use an ILL to request it.
Things to know before proceeding…
• Please check the library catalog (CATALOG.CCRLS.ORG) first. We may already own a copy of the material you are requesting. If we do own a copy and it is currently not available, please place a hold on the item. We will not be able to submit an ILL request for items we already own.
• Items published in the current calendar year cannot be ordered.
• Requests can only be made if account information is current and fines are below $25.
• You will be notified according to the preference listed in your account information when your item arrives. Items will be held for 10 days after notification.
• Please note that the due date of your Interlibrary Loan may differ from regular Mt. Angel library due dates.
• Interlibrary Loans are non-renewable.
Mt. Angel Public Library offers free proctor services. Education providers have various and differing proctoring requirements. The student should be clear about the proctoring requirements of their institution and decide whether the Library is the correct fit for meeting their testing needs prior to contacting the Library.
Sessions can take place during regular library hours. All tests must be completed 30 minutes before closing.
Tuesday-11:00 am-6:00 pm
Wednesday and Friday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am-8:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday & Monday Closed
Each proctoring session must be requested separately.
While the library staff will do its best to meet the scheduling needs of the student, the staff will determine date and time for appointments.
We will do our best to accommodate all requests, but we reserve the right to suspend this service at any time.
We may have to cancel or change a test date due to inclement weather, computer malfunctions, etc. We will do our best to contact you if this should occur.
The Library recognizes that the process of scheduling and taking examinations required for online and distance education programs can be demanding and stressful.
We provide proctor service for web-based tests or paper-based tests. Tests may be sent by postal mail or email or students may log in to web-based testing through their institution. We cannot accept tests via fax or brought in by students.
Our email address is
Our mailing address is:
Mt. Angel Public Library
P.O. Box 870
Mt. Angel, OR 97362
We have public computers available for web-based tests. You may bring a laptop to use for the test if your testing institution allows. We can provide free wireless access to the Internet and an electrical outlet, but we cannot provide technical support for your equipment. We cannot guarantee uninterrupted Internet access.
If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Mills, Library Director, at 503-845-6401 or email@example.com
If you have testing needs that cannot be met at Mt. Angel Public Library, you may wish to contact Testing Services at the Salem Campus of Chemeketa Community College—See https://www.chemeketa.edu/students/student-services/testing-center/
Before Your Exam:
Please familiarize yourself with the testing requirements from your testing institution; you are responsible for following them, and for following all instructions they give you. The Library may not qualify as a test site based on those requirements.
Please allow plenty of time before your test due date to schedule proctor service.
Please contact the library before the date of your exam to confirm that the Library has received testing information from your institution.
Bring photo identification to your proctoring session. The name on the photo ID must match the name on the exam documents.
You are responsible for providing all necessary supplies (pens, paper, calculator, etc.). Please bring these with you to your session.
The Day of Your Exam:
Please check in with the staff member at the circulation desk at the date and time of your scheduled exam.
A librarian will be scheduled to proctor all exams.
Due to the nature of a public library, we cannot guarantee a quiet place or continuous monitoring throughout the exam. You will be in sight of the proctor and the proctor will check on you periodically. Library service takes priority over proctoring.
Proctors cannot interpret test instructions or assist in technical matters for an online test.
Proctors will enforce any rules listed in testing instructions or exam materials (e.g. time limits, use of textbooks, etc.).
You, or your testing institution, are responsible for any postage required to return your exam by mail. We cannot return tests via fax. We can return tests via email by scanning your test.
Job Search Help
Create Your Resume
If you are searching for a job, Mt. Angel Public Library will allow you to use a PC with no time limit for completing applications and document writing, like creating your resume or a cover letter. Just let us know.
The library also has other public Internet PCs that can be used to search online for jobs. Patrons are limited to 2 hours per day on internet computers.
You may print from any library computer. We offer black and white single-sided, black and white double-sided, and color printing.
We provide up to 10 FREE copies for job search-related printing (resumes, cover letters, etc.) per person per day.
Learning Express Library can help you succeed:
- Resume and Cover Letter tips
- Test preparation for occupation and entrance exams
- Software tutorials
- and more!
Tax Forms and Assistance
The IRS and the State of Oregon no longer provide libraries with printed tax forms and instructions. We do have access to downloadable and/or reproducible state and federal tax forms. Library staff are happy to help you locate and print tax forms. Black and white printing costs 15 cents per page.
Make a comment or suggestion
We are always interested in receiving your suggestions and concerns regarding our collection, services, programs, building and other library issues so that we can better meet your needs.
You can reach us by phone (503.845.6401), email (firstname.lastname@example.org), in-person or by using the comment form below. Your feedback is important to us, so please include as many specific details as possible so we can address your concern(s).
If you have a recommendation for possible purchase of books or other materials, please use our Purchase Materials Request Form.
Your Name (first, last):
Mt. Angel Resident Yes No
Would you like a response? Yes No
If so, please provide either your
Email address or phone number
Suggestion or comment: