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Yes. eBooks and eAudiobooks are available through OverDrive via North Texas Libraries-On-the-Go. You can access an extensive collection of eAudiobooks via RBdigital, as well as eMagazines. You will need a Watauga Library card to access these services. Click the Online Databases link on the Library main page to access these resources.
Each item may be renewed two (2) times. We offer an auto-renewal service for any items that do not have requests or if your account has no overdue materials or fines of $5.00 or more. Materials may also be renewed by phone at 817.514.5864 during library hours or through your on-line library account.
Expanding the traditional role of children's services, a Family Place Library builds on the knowledge that good health, early learning, parental involvement, and supportive communities play a critical role in young children's growth and development.
Grades 1 to 6 may receive help with their homework at our Homework Help Center on Tuesdays, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm and Thursdays, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm, during the school year. Call 817.514.5866 for more information. The Library also has its own adult English as a Second Language tutoring program. Call 817.514.5865 for more information. The Brainfuse online service offers live tutoring, job coaching and an Adult Learning Center.
Yes, we do have Internet available for the public with Watauga or MetroPac (Fort Worth, Benbrook, Burleson, Haltom City, Keller, and Richland Hills) library cards. A networked printer is available at 25 cents per page for color copies or 10 cents per page for black and white copies. We also have a mobile print service. You can use your personal computer or mobile device and email directly to your library’s print system; for black & white firstname.lastname@example.org, for color email@example.com.
The Library has many ESL classes. Classes vary based on availability of teachers and space. Please call the Library at 817.514.5865 or come to the Reference Desk for more information. All classes are free.
Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Email, and Computer Basics classes are taught when staff or volunteers are available. Classes are advertised in the Library's monthly newsletter, and on the Library webpage.
The Library may accept teens and adults who need to work community service hours for a variety of reasons including honor society requirements and court-ordered service. All volunteer opportunities are contingent upon staff schedules. Potential volunteers may be turned away if all volunteer positions are full. In most cases volunteers work one 2-hour shift per week. Please call 817.514.5865 for more information.