“InfoSoup digital services are open to you even while (libraries) are closed,” said Evan Bend, Library Services Manager with the Outagamie Waupaca Library System (OWLS). Individuals that don’t have a library card with InfoSoup can sign up for one online and library staff will contact them with a temporary card number and pin that will allow access to all the InfoSoup digital resources.
An InfoSoup library card grants patrons access to digital resources for all ages such as ebooks, audiobooks, digitized magazines, newspaper archives and genealogy research. All resources are absolutely free with a library card. Learn more at www.infosoup.info/digital.
To register for a card, simply complete an online application at www.InfoSoup.org/selfreg. Library staff will follow up with each applicant with a library card number and PIN to access the library’s online resources.
InfoSoup is brought to you by OWLSnet, a consortium of public libraries in northeast Wisconsin. OWLSnet brings the collections of 49 library locations in the Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS) and the Outagamie Waupaca Library System (OWLS) right to your fingertips, along with a plethora of additional research tools accessible to you from within a library, from home, or from work. For more information, visit www.infosoup.org.
About the Nicolet Federated Library System:
The Nicolet Federated Library System (NFLS) is a state-funded organization assisting its member public libraries in providing better services to the people of northeastern Wisconsin since 1976. NFLS' public libraries span eight counties: Brown, Door, Florence, Kewaunee, Marinette, Menominee, Oconto and Shawano.
About the Outagamie Waupaca Library System:
The Outagamie Waupaca Library System is a federation of sixteen public libraries in Outagamie and Waupaca counties. Each member library is autonomous and funded and governed locally, but contracts with OWLS for the purpose of coordinating and strengthening services. For more information, visit www.owlsweb.org.
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