By Melanie Hedgespeth ι Oct. 5, 2013

Frustrated?! Annoyed?! Well, all of us get that way at times and we just need to ask for help or take the time to learn more about a specific topic. The library has all kinds of options that you can use to learn more or get help quickly, and maintain your sanity. 😉

Chat

You can chat with a librarian, online, on our website. Just go to salinapubliclibrary.org and click the chat icon.

Email

If you prefer email correspondence, send the librarians an email. You can also contact library staff directly by email or phone.

Phone

Just want to talk to a real live human being? You can call the library at 785-825-4624.

Classes

Want to learn more, to make your life easier? Take a class! The library’s Community Learning and Skill Sharing program offers a wide variety of learning opportunities.

Computer Help

Do you need help with the latest techie gadget, or how to create a document for your club? Join our tech classes or contact the Tech Trainer ([email protected]) to set up a one-on-one session.

 

Help Your Kids

Are you frustrated trying to get your kids to read more? Try Tumblebooks, an animated, interactive reading option you and your kids will love! Go to the library’s website, then click the menu for Virtual Library and you can select Tumblebooks and your kids will have a blast reading online.

Melanie Hedgespeth

Melanie Hedgespeth is the head of the library’s technology department.