The shared catalog for our system, which includes public libraries in three counties. From this site, you can search the catalog, request books from other libraries, and renew your books.
This site allows you to “borrow” e-books and mp3 audiobooks. Sign in using your library card number, and you can download files to your computer or mobile device.
Create an account with your library card, and then have access to digital copies of 100 of the most popular magazines on your e-reader or smart phone. These digital magazines will be yours to keep with no due dates or late fees. You will even be able to save, print, or even share articles with your friends on sites like Facebook and Twitter.
How to Create an Account:
Step One: Visit https://www.rbdigital.com/midwisconsinwi/zinio to create a Zinio library account. You will need your library card number and a valid email address. Click the confirmation link you receive in your email, and then you will be able to browse available magazines.
Step Two: Go to https://www.zinio.com/account/login.jsp to create a Zinio viewer account using the same email address you used in the first step. You will then be able to access the magazines. There are readers available for various devices in their respective “app” stores, such as iTunes or Google Play. At this time, you will need to log-in to your account at https://www.rbdigital.com/midwisconsinwi/zinio to select magazines before viewing them through an app.
Allows you to search for materials in any Wisconsin library. You can’t request books directly from this site, but if you find something you want that’s not available in the Share system, we can usually get it for you through interlibrary loan. You can also try WorldCat to widen your search even more.
Provides Wisconsin residents with access to a large volume of full-text information. Resources include automobile repair manuals, company profiles, country economic reports, industrial reports and yearbooks, biographies, primary historical documents, charts, images, schematics, maps, poems, essays, speeches, plays, short stories, author audio programs and book readings, author video programs, book reviews or discussion guides, and many other full-text resources not available through regular internet search engines.
Information about elections, licenses, and other county services.
Information about local and statewide candidates and elections, published by Wisconsin Public Radio.
Features local news from Dodge County. The Dodge County Pionier, which includes Mayville, Horicon and Lomira news, does not have an online edition, but paper copies are available at the library.