The Goshen Public Library will now use email to quickly and efficiently notify patrons that "the book you requested has arrived." This new service is available to any patron with an email address.
Please realize that we consider library records to be private and confidential. Many people share email addresses among several family members. We do not recommend that shared email addresses be used to communicate library information.
While the U.S. Mail offers a federally enforced guarantee of confidentiality of mail, there is no such guarantee of confidentiality for email communications. Although we feel that our email is reasonably secure, we cannot offer you a guarantee that information is confidential once it travels through the Internet.
The delivery of an email notice depends on the library's Internet Service Provider, your local ISP and their mid-level provider, and any links in between. If an email notice cannot be delivered, telephone notification will be made instead. If there is a pattern of undeliverable email, you will be removed from this special service and only notified by telephone.
A current valid library card is required.
You may register for email notification by clicking here.
The Library's Home Delivery Service provides library materials to our patrons who cannot visit the library due to temporary or permanent disability.
Patrons may request specific titles or have library staff pick items from pre-selected subject areas. Materials will be delivered in a mutually convenient manner.
Home Delivery Patrons must be residents of the Goshen School District and have a current Goshen Public Library card.
To enroll in Home Delivery, please print out, complete the registration form and return it to the library.
As of January, the electronic resources training sessions have been revised to concentrate on various aspects of the network (Internet, CD-ROM, and PAC). If you are interested in training contact Anita Whitehead at the reference desk (294-6606, option 2).