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Libby Partner Sites – Setting Up Access


Albion Area Public Library  Corry Public Library  Erie County Public Library
McCord Memorial Library  Rice Avenue Community Public Library
Union City Public Library  Waterford Public Library
From the website (https://libbyapp.com/library/erielibrary) or through the Libby App:

  1. Log in with your ECPL or PLEC independent library card number.
  2. At the bottom, center of the screen, select the three horizontal lines in a hexagon.
  3. Under “YOUR LIBRARIES,” click “Add Library.”
  4. In the search bar, type in one of the following options,
    then click on the tile with that name:
     Seneca District Libraries
     New Castle District Library Center
     Oil Creek Library District
     Crawford County Federated Library System
  5. To the right of the page, click “Sign In With My Card.”
  6. Scroll down to “PARTNER LIBRARIES” and select “Erie County Public Library.”
  7. Re-enter your ECPL or PLEC independent library card number.
  8. Libby will display your new digital library card. Click next and begin to browse, place holds, and borrow!
    Repeat to add all 4 additional libraries. When you want to move around between collections, you’ll find them under the center button with the horizontal lines.

Note: If you add the libraries in the app, they’ll remain. If you add them on the website, they may disappear if
you erase cookies, clear history, etc., so you may have to reenter the information.

Annual Appeal 2022/2023

Building FOR the Future

McCord Memorial Library Annual Appeal 2022-2023

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McCord Memorial Library

is Building FOR the Future

              F=Future-proofing

              O=Outstanding services

              R=Repairs

McCord Memorial Library has served the North East Community for over 100 years.

A recent leak was repaired and more has to be done to completely repair the damage. Future improvements are also planned.

We qualified for Employee Retention Credit (ERC) due to the financial burden that COVID-19 brought to McCord. These funds have helped with the cost of repairs and replacements we’ve had to make recently. We still face the difficult challenge of maintaining an old building. As well as funds needed for day to day ongoing library services to the public.

This year we are focused on building our future, by future-proofing our building.

Community donations are still very much appreciated

Full informational and donation brochure available below

Writing Corner

Check out all of our collected writing recourses in the Writing Corner

Click this link or chose from the top menu bar

Happy writing everyone!

GED and other classes at 4 N.I.N.E

New classes at 103 Clay St!

IU5 Adult Education & Career Readiness

All students are provided with:

  • Customized instruction
  • Class materials
  • Transition and barrier support
  • Resources for community services

Classes:

Call 1-800-461-6711 to sign up

or for click here for more info

New resource- PA Online Learning!

Click here

The PA Online Learning is open to the public, including students.  It will provide access to tutorials on popular software items, such as Excel and how to use library resources, such as POWER Library.

Universal Class is now part of Libby

Exciting news: There’s even more to discover in the Libby app!


In addition to the full collection of ebooks and audiobooks we currently offer in Libby, we have added a new category of content that includes Universal Class!

Universal Class brings libraries lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing
education units (CEUs).
Tap Extras on our library’s homepage in the Libby app to discover hundreds of free educational classes.


New to Libby?
For those who have not yet tried Libby, all you need is your library card number. The Libby app is easy to use and
will guide you through the setup process and get you connected to our library in just a few minutes. Click here
to get started. You can find in-app support or visit the Help site for assistance.

Here is a guide: