Kellyville Library’s new website to feature health information, government services
The Kellyville Public Library has recently been awarded a grant that brings a new website to the library. The website is loaded with online features for the community, and anyone with an internet connection can access the new site at www.kellyville.okpls.org. Anyone visiting the library can get to the website using one of the 4 library computers or on their own devices using the library’s free Wi-Fi. A library card is not required to use the new website.
The library website will highlight reliable, online health information resources. Oklahoma Department of Library staff will teach a class at the library for anyone in the community on easy-to-use health information that can be found on the library’s website. The date and more information about that class will be announced soon.
There are many other features available on the new website. Find links to frequently used online government services like Social Security and Medicare. Get free technology and education training for beginners to advanced users.
Learn how to start a small business with free guides. Access information to help with income taxes. Find out how to contact your elected representatives. Browse, search, reserve, and renew books (library account required to reserve and renew) from the online library catalog. Use databases with online resources for everything from homework help to hobbies and crafts to legal information.
Library director Jacqueline Case says, “I’m really excited about bringing this website to Kellyville. It will really help us get word out about the many services and resources we have at the library.”
The library is located at 230 East Buffalo Street in Kellyville, OK. The librarian can be reached at 918-247-3740 or email@example.com. Hours are Monday 3 PM – 8 PM, Tuesday and Wednesday noon – 6 PM, Thursday noon – 7 PM and Friday 8 AM – 4 PM.
The Health Links @ The Library project is administered by the Oklahoma Department of Libraries and supported by Federal funds in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and in part through the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health.
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