The library’s collection consists of 30 Internet-connected computers; WiFi access for personal laptops [24/7 - foyer is open]; 20,000 books [25% of these are children’s books]; 5,500 DVDs (non-fiction and entertainment); 1,000 music CDs; 1,000 audiobooks on CD/ MP3/Playaways; a growing collection of PS3, Wii and Xbox games and graphic novels; and over 100 periodicals and/or newspaper subscriptions.
Material may be placed on hold and you will be notified when it is returned. Movies and music CDs cannot be placed on hold.
Material may be renewed by telephone by calling the Circulation desk at 987-6979 during normal operating hours. Renew on or before the due date.
InterLibrary loans may be requested at the Information/Circulation desk. These items are borrowed from other libraries and can usually be used for two weeks once they have been received. InterLibrary loans are limited to materials for education or mission support.
There is an indoor material return in the library’s entryway (on the left of the interior entrance doors) where items can be dropped off after regular duty hours.
OneClickdigital provides access to downloadable audiobooks. In order to access OneClickdigital, you must register at the library. Once registered, you can start downloading audiobooks. OneClickdigital Media Manager must be installed on your computer before you are able to download, transfer, and manage the titles. All titles have records in the library's catalog.
Build Your Mind with OverDrive!
OverDrive, the new Air Force Library Audio Book Program, is now available. This program offers language study materials, nonfiction, and literary titles. To get started, go to OverDrive, bookmark it, and contact the Base Library for access. Expand your audio book selections by using OverDrive. New additions include MP3 Audiobooks, Video, and Music. OverDrive does not include children’s or popular titles. Adobe Content Reader must be installed to download Ebooks.