We are thrilled to announce that Hoopla is now available at the Free Public Library of Audubon. But what is Hoopla anyway?
Hoopla is a groundbreaking digital media service that allows you to borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your smart TV! With no waiting, titles can be streamed immediately, or downloaded to phones or tablets for offline enjoyment later. Hoopla has hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily. It is like having the Free Public Library of Audubon at your fingertips. Anytime. Anywhere.
Accessing Hoopla is easy. All you will need is a device with an internet connection and your library card. Below are specific instructions.
From a computer:
Click the "Get Started Button" in the middle of your screen.
Follow the prompts for creating an account.
That's it, you're now ready to enjoy Hoopla!
From a smartphone:
Go to the app store that is applicable to your phone.
Download the Hoopla app by Midwest Tape LLC.
Click "Sign Up" and follow the instructions for creating an account, or
if you have already created an account with your computer, enter your email and password to login.
And that's it, you are now ready to use Hoopla from your phone.
Please note that each patron will be permitted three checkouts from Hoopla per month.
If you have any queastions or difficulty accessing Hoopla, please feel free to stop by the library or call us at 856-547-8686 for assistance. We will also be holding a special workshop on Saturday, March 17 at 11:30 am, during which partons may bring their devices to the library and receive assistance with Hoopla and/or Overdrive set up.
Join us as we welcome David Levitan, a Collingswood-based science journalist whose work has appeared in many popular publications including Time Magazine, The Atlantic, Scientific American, and The Philadelphia Inquirer.
He will be here to discuss his book "Not a Scientist: How Politicians Mistake, Misrepresent, and Utterly Mangle Science," a probing and hilarious examination of the ways our elected officials attack scientific findings that conflict with their political agendas.
In an effort to save paper, neither the IRS nor the New Jersey Division of Taxation will distribute paper copies of tax forms and instruction booklets to the public. However, all forms and booklets are available online for download and printing. To assist you with finding the tax forms & booklets you may need this tax season, we have provided below a list of common forms/booklets with links to their online locations.
Additionally, if you prefer, you may visit the Library and we can assist you with the location and printing of any form or booklet you may need. Please note, however, that there is a $0.15 per page fee for all printouts and copies.
Lastly, qualified individuals may be eligible for free tax preparation services offered through the VITA/TCE program in New Jeresy. Below you will find a link to VITA/TCE sites located in Camden County. To determine if you qualify, you will need to contact the sites directly.
We hope that this list will make your tax preparation a little easier. Best of luck and Happy New Year from the Free Public Library of Audubon.
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