Doris Padgett Public Library

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Doris Padgett Public Library

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Interlibrary Loan

Purpose of Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is the process by which libraries request materials from, or supplies materials to, other participating libraries. Interlibrary Loans can come from public and private libraries, as well as colleges and universities, in the county, state, across the United States, and occasionally from a foreign country. There is, however, no requirement that libraries participate. Interlibrary Loan services enhance and extend the resources available to patrons by acknowledging the fact that no single library or library system can acquire materials which meet all the demands of its patrons.  Interlibrary Loan reduces the need for duplication of holdings, and lessens the strain on the Library's budget. The Doris Padgett Public Library provides Interlibrary Loan services to its patrons to fulfill an essential part of the Library's mission to meet the informational and educational needs of the community. If the Doris Padgett Public Library does not have the material that a patron needs within its collection, the  Library Staff will attempt to borrow it from another library via the ILL system.

All Interlibrary Loan services are governed by the American Library Association Interlibrary Loan Code and the Copyright Law (PL 94-553) .

Eligible Borrowers 

All Doris Padgett Public Library or TexShare cardholders with a current account in good standing may request materials through Interlibrary Loan. Patron accounts must be in accordance with current circulation rules. In order to accept and process Interlibrary Loan requests or distribute Interlibrary Loan materials ALL of the following must apply:

    • valid library card
    • must be able to verify current address
    • no overdue fines or fees
    • no overdue or lost materials

Materials That Can Be Borrowed

It is possible to borrow many different types of materials; however, some are much more likely to be sent than others:

    • Items currently owned by the Doris Padgett Public Library that are lost, missing or overdue by more than 6 months
    • Books (older than 12 months)
    • Photocopies of newspaper, magazine or journal articles

The following types of materials are often difficult to obtain:

    • Audiobooks
    • Videocassettes or DVDs
    • Microfilm
    • Genealogy materials
    • Doctoral dissertations and masters theses

Materials That Can Not Be Borrowed

The following types of materials can not be obtained through Interlibrary Loan:

    • Items currently owned by the Sunnyvale Public Library
    • Newly published materials (less than 12 months old)
    • Entire volumes or issues of periodicals
    • Textbooks
    • Reference works
    • Rare, archival or fragile items
    • Original manuscripts
    • Software


Limits And Restrictions

The Library will strictly adhere to conditions set by the lending library for the use of their materials. In rare cases this will require that loaned materials be used in the Library and not checked out for use at home. Patrons will be limited to five active requests at any given time. This includes the Pending, In Process, Shipped, Received and Renewal files. These limits apply to all formats. Materials received through Interlibrary Loan may not be requested again for at least six months. Please note that copyright restrictions may hinder multiple requests for articles within the same publication.

Loan Period

Loan periods are determined by the lending library, which the borrowing library is obliged to honor. Loan guidelines state that an item should be made available to a customer for a minimum of one week. A typical loan period averages two to three weeks. Items which are photocopied are generally yours to keep. Occasionally, a lending library may RECALL their material. If it is checked out to a patron, the Library will notify the customer that the material must be returned immediately. Be sure to pick up your request as soon as you receive notification to have the maximum time possible with the item.

Borrower's Responsibilities

Library users must return materials at the end of the loan period and return recalled materials immediately, so that materials are not absent from the lending library for an unreasonable length of time. Patrons who do not comply with all regulations will lose any further Interlibrary Loan privileges.

Cost And Fees

The Doris Padgett Public Library does not currently charge any fees for Interlibrary Loan services and usually we are able to fill most requests through other non-charging libraries. Some lending libraries, however, will charge for copies, service fees, insurance, mailing & handling and sales tax when applicable. If charges are added, those charges will be passed along to the patron. If an item is lost or damaged, the patron is responsible for the replacement cost, plus any additional processing fees assessed by the lending library. Fines of $1.00 per day per item will be incurred for overdue materials.

Lost, Damaged or Late Materials

Patrons are expected to pay any incurred overdue charges. It is the patron's responsibility to pay replacement costs for any lost or damaged materials, plus any additional processing fees assessed by the lending library. These charges will be reflected on the patron's account and may impact his/her borrowing privileges.

Submitting A Request

All requests must be made in person at the Circulation Desk. The form is available on the Library's web site and can be printed and completed at home to be brought to the Library. All requests should be clearly printed or typed and include accurate and complete bibliographic information. DO NOT USE ABBREVIATIONS. The staff will assist the patron if needed in filling out the form.

How Long Does It Take

The length of time involved in obtaining a loan or photocopy can vary considerably. We have no control over how quickly the lending libraries will act on requests they receive. The location of the lending library and mail delays will effect delivery times. Also, if your request has to go to several libraries before one will agree to lend the item, that will of course take more time. However, most materials can be obtained within two weeks to two months after your request is submitted. Be sure to submit requests well in advance of your need of them. If we are unable to fulfill your request, you will receive notification of the unfilled status.

Notification

Information regarding the arrival of items, approval or disapproval of renewal requests, overdues and recalls, unfilled requests, and any other pertinent matters will be communicated to the patron by phone, email, or surface mail as requested.

How To Cancel A Request

Contact library staff to cancel an Interlibrary Loan request. If a request in progress is canceled, fees may still be charged.

Checking Out ILL Materials

You must present your library card in order to pick up Interlibrary Loan materials. Interlibrary Loan materials will be held behind the Circulation Desk at the entrance to the Library, not on the regular hold shelf. You will have five days to pick up your items before they will be sent back to the lending library.

Renewals

Renewals are at the sole discretion of the lending library and cannot be guaranteed. If more time is needed, the staff will attempt to renew the item and notify the patron if the item may or may not be renewed. Lenders usually determine a renewal within 2- 7 days. Renewal requests must be made seven days before the due date. Overdue materials can not be renewed.

Returning Materials

Items should be returned in person and handed to a staff member at the Circulation Desk for proper processing and not deposited in the book drop or left on the counter.

Failure To Pick-Up Materials

Patrons who request an item via Interlibrary Loan and fail to pick up upon notification by a Library Staff member will be assessed a fee of $5.00 for each unclaimed item, in addition to any fees or charges assessed by the lending library. These charges will be reflected on the patron's account. Items not picked up five days after notification will be returned to the lending library.

Kids & Teens

For Kids and Teens

eShelf & Research

Use library tools and resources to discover new books and materials or do research online.
  • eShelf & Research

    Use library tools and resources to discover new books and materials or do research online.

  • Good Reads

    Looking for book recommendations? News about the latest bestsellers? Want to peruse the latest headlines? Then you've come to the right place!

  • Selected Sites
  • Titles of Note

    Current best-sellers (via Book Sense) and Award-winning titles.

Supporting the Library

Thank you for your interest in supporting the Doris Padgett Public Library in its efforts to serve Sunnyvale residents. There are a number of ways to support the Library's efforts: as a volunteer, becoming an advocate, joining the Friends of the Library, donating materials and making financial contributions.

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Learning Express Library

Access over 800 online practice tests and interactive skill-building tutorials to help launch or advance your career --- Prepare for professional certification, licensing, and aptitude tests in civil service, law enforcement, firefighting, EMT, real estate, and healthcare, among others --- Prepare for college and graduate school admissions tests including the SAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT --- Successfully prepare for the GED exam when working toward a high school diploma --- Dramatically improve or refresh basic skills in reading, writing, and math.

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Story Time @ Your Library

Story Time @ Doris Padgett Public Library!!

Story Times for children ages 2 to 5 and their caregivers are held on Wednesday mornings at 11AM.  Story times include several books and a fun craft or project to take home!

The library can arrange special story times for schools, daycare centers, or other groups upon request.  For more information, call 972-226-4491.

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Atriuum On-the-Go App

The Atriuum mobile app gives you instant access to the library's catalog from your favorite mobile device.  Search for books, DVDs, CDs and more.  Want to know if a new release is available at your library?  While you are at your favorite book store, use the scan ISBN feature to capture the ISBN located on the physical item and search the library's collection.  CLICK HERE for instructions on how to download and configure Atriuum On-the-Go for Android and iOS devices.

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Go to www.worldcat.org/m/ to find and search the world's libraries on the mobile Web. Apps are available for iPhone and Android.

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   Wireless Access @ Doris Padgett Public Library

The Library's Wi-Fi network is open to all visitors FREE of charge.  No special encryption settings, user names, or passwords are required.  Laptop owners are responsible for setting up their equipment to access the wireless network.  Library staff are unable to handle customer laptops or peripheral equipment.  Our wireless network is not encrypted; information sent to or from your device can be captured by anyone else with a wireless device on the network.

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4Tests Online Test Prep

Your FREE one stop practice test site for High School, College, Professional and Standardized exams.  4Tests partners with Barrons Education, and features full-length practice exams and tutorials. Test yourself by clicking here.

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TexShare Databases

Try these FREE databases filled with magazine articles, encyclopedia entries, and other materials to help you discover more on any subject, from general interest to business, hobbies, genealogy and more.  Please see your librarian for a username and password then CLICK HERE.

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Texas Workskills Development in Libraries

Looking for a job?  Try these career resources for FREE!  You will find help, information and a schedule of workshops regarding resume preparation, writing cover letters, online application completion, job hunting strategies and interviewing techniques.  You will also find links to self-paced tutorials, lists of agencies offering training by region, and much more.  We invite you to explore this site which will be constantly updated as information becomes available.  Enhance your job skills by clicking here.

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Libraries for Democracy

Libraries for Democracy is dedicated to providing you, the citizens of America, with factual useful information on politics and the important social issues of the day.  The purpose is to help all Americans become better informed, more effective citizens.  Without your informed participation, America could easily cease to be a democracy.  Libraries for Democracy will try to make it interesting, worthwhile, and even fun to be well-informed about politics and social issues.  Stay informed by clicking here.

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Texas Talking Book Program

The Talking Book Program provides FREE library services to Texans who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical or reading disabilities.  Items are delivered to your door and and returned by mail free of charge.  The program offers more than 80,000 titles in fiction and nonfiction, plus 80 national magazines for adults and children.  For information on the program, click here.

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Ask a Librarian

Can't find the answer you're looking for? Try this FREE help from the Library of Congress.  They provide basic research assistance with answers to queries requiring resources unique to the Library of Congress.  Responses are usually within 5 business days.  Please note that the scope of the services does not include: compilation of extensive bibliographies, requests for information connected with contests, completion of school or work assignments, translations or research in heraldry or family history.  Click here for help.

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Project Gutenberg

Looking for a classic to curl up with?  Project Gutenberg offers a huge selection of classic, public domain literary works in formats for almost any computer, e-reader, or portable device, and they don't count against your check-out limits!  Click here to begin your search.

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TexShare Card Program

Registered patrons of the Doris Padgett Public Library can obtain a FREE TexShare Card from the Doris Padgett Public Library and use the card to borrow materials directly from other participating libraries.  Patrons must be card holders in good standing (no fines, fees or overdue materials) for at least 6 months and agree to comply with the borrowing policies of both the lending library and the Doris Padgett Public Library. 

Location & Hours

LOCATION
402 Tower Place
Sunnyvale, TX
75182-9278

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PHONE
972-226-4491

FAX
972-203-0310

HOURS
Sunday - Closed
Monday - Closed
Tuesday  10 - 7
Wednesday  10 - 7
Thursday  10 - 7
Friday  10 - 7
Saturday  10 - 7

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Credits


Many people along the way have contributed to the success of Plinkit. First and foremost, thanks go to Eva Miller, the original designer and creator of Plinkit and to the Multnomah County Library who originally sponsored the grant that funded the original project.

Special thanks to the Plone community at large who have been supportive of this project in so many ways.

Plinkit owes a big "Thank You" to the Oregon Department of Education who contributed the original content for the "Kid's Corner", "Middle Schoolers", and "High Schoolers" section of the Plinkit template. Content for these sections was derived from Castillo's Corner and is locally maintained by your public library.

Sharon Morris (Colorado State Library) also contributed additional content for the Español section the Homework and Research Sites page.

The Oregon Plinkit Project participates in the Plinkit Collaborative -- a group of several states that use localized versions of Plinkit for their public libraries. Oregon libraries using Plinkit benefit greatly through the Oregon State Library's work with a cooperative group of librarians, libraries, and resources for further Plinkit development.

And last but not least, Plinkit would not exist if it were not for the Institute of Museum and Library Services which funds Plinkit (in whole or in part) through the Library Services and Technology Act.


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Atriuum On-the-Go

Learn more about the mobile app that allows you to access our catalog from your mobile device!

This mobile app for your Android or iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch gives you instant access to the library catalog from your favorite mobile device.  Search for books, DVDs, CDs and more!

Use your mobile device to reserve a popular title, renew items, read reviews, and even see a list of "What's Hot" at our library.  You can access "My Items" at anytime to manage your account and bookbags.

Want to know if a new release is available or on order?  While you are at your favorite book store, use the "Scan ISBN" feature to capture the ISBN located on the physical item.  When an item is found, the full details are displayed with the item status and availability at your library.

Download the app from GooglePlay or iTunes today!

     Scan the QR Code below to help configure your app!    

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Atriuum On-the-Go: Instructions for Android

Instructions to configure Atriuum On-the-Go for your Android device.

Requirements:

  • Android version 2.1 or higher.
  • Internet connection enabled on your mobile device.
  • Built-in camera / scanner with auto-focus is required to use the scan ISBN or Barcode feature.
  1. Go to the Google Play store (https://play.google.com/store) and search for "Atriuum."  Select "Atriuum on the Go" and view the information on choose to Install  the app.
  2. When opening the Atriuum on the Go app, you must enter the settings below to connect to the library's catalog.  (You can enter these manually, or use the "Scan QR for Settings" option (appears underneath "Connect to Library") and scan the QR Code on the Library's Website.  This will automatically fill in the Server, Port, and Library information.

          Server:  sunnyvaletx.booksys.net
          Port:  defaults to 80
          Library:  sunnyvaletx

Once the settings are configured, it will enable you to scan an ISBN or Barcode and perform a look-up by that criteria.  Alternatively, you can choose "Connect to Library" and use the normal search features or login to your patron account.

Atriuum On-the-go: Instructions for iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch

Instructions to configure Atriuum On-the-Go for your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch.

Requirements:

  • Compatible with iPhone 3Gs, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod Touch (3rd generation), iPod Touch (4th generation), iPod Touch (5th generation) and iPads.
  • Requires iOS 5.o or later.
  • Internet connection enabled on your mobile device.
  • Built-in camera / scanner with auto-focus is require to use the scan ISBN or Barcode feature.
  1. Go to the iTunes store and search for "Atriuum." Select "Atriuum on the Go" and view the information on choose to Install the app.
  2. When opening the Atriuum on the Go app, you must enter the settings below to connect to the library's catalog. (You can enter these manually, or use the "Scan QR for Settings" option (appears underneath "Connect to Library") and scan the QR Code on the Library's Website. This will automatically fill in the Server, Port, and Library information.

           Server: sunnyvaletx.booksys.net
           Port: defaults to 80
           Library: sunnyvaletx

Once the settings are configured, it will enable you to scan an ISBN or Barcode and perform a look-up by that criteria. Alternatively, you can choose "Connect to Library" and use the normal search features or login to your patron account.

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