Here is the latest update on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on services at the Fort Lee Community Library.
Due Dates Extended During Closure
During this time, all due dates for borrowed materials are extended indefinitely until the Fort Lee Community Library reopens. Please disregard any past due notices as they are automatically generated.
During this challenging time, the Library offers you the following services:
eBooks, audiobooks and more are available to patrons with online accounts. Checkout both Overdrive and RB Digital for a great selection of resources.
Online Resource For Learning and Living
Gale has created an "easy access site" for the patrons of the Community Library and the entire Fort Lee Community. To access the wonderful resource, simply click on the link (or type https://galesupport.com/state/militaryelibrary/ into your browser), the choose Army and select the Fort Lee Community Library on the "Choose our Base" drop down menu.
This site puts all of the Gale databases into one spot with easy access for all. The only thing you'll need is the new temporary password: dodmwr to open up a world of information. There you will find something for everyone - for all ages and all interests.
Here are a few of the available resources with quick ideas:
National Geographic Kids - These magazines are awesome attention grabbers!
Gale General Onefile - Create a journal alert for your favorite general interest magazine and get notified weekly of updated content.
Gale Business Plan Builder and Entrepreneurship - Update your current business plan or with our changing times, create a new business plan!
Chilton Library - The do-it-yourself mechanic's go-to manual for auto repair offers online step-by-step instructions, diagrams and pictures to assist in vehicle maintenance and repair.
Career Transitions - With our changing economy, now is the time to create a new resume or find a new job!
Gale Health and Wellness - Keep up with all the up-to-the-minute developments with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.
Gale in Context Science- Do a science experiment with your kids!