Oshkosh Public Library computer and pickup service appointments can now be made online

Faye Kyzer

OSHKOSH – The Oshkosh Public Library has added an online option to make an appointment for curbside pickup and computer use. Load Error The scheduling tool, which may be accessed at calendly.com/oshkoshpubliclibrary, offers eight service options: general computer use, computer use for older adults or high-risk individuals, express computer use for quick […]

OSHKOSH – The Oshkosh Public Library has added an online option to make an appointment for curbside pickup and computer use.

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The scheduling tool, which may be accessed at calendly.com/oshkoshpubliclibrary, offers eight service options: general computer use, computer use for older adults or high-risk individuals, express computer use for quick printing, curbside pickup of library materials, educational take-home kits, copy and fax machine access, device charging and notary services.

Patrons are able to pick their appointment type and follow the prompts to reserve a time. They may also call 920-236-5205 to make an appointment from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays.

A library card is not required to access the provided services. 

Masks are required, and computer stations will be sanitized between visits. Hand sanitizer will be available for use before and after each visit.

Curbside pickup is still the only option for checking out materials, and all returns must be made at the outdoor book drops, not personally to staff members.

For more information on the library’s reopening or COVID-19 precautions, visit oshkoshpubliclibrary.org. For questions about or difficulties with the scheduling tool, call 920-236-5205 or text 920-315-8838.

This article originally appeared on Oshkosh Northwestern: Oshkosh Public Library computer and pickup service appointments can now be made online

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