Please click on Old Colony Library catalog and log into your Stoughton Public Library account, then scroll down and click on The Wall Street Journal logo twice. You will be prompted to create an account.
Now Circulating Chromebooks!
Stuck at Home? Not a Problem!
With concerns about COVID-19, unpredictable weather, and the notion that being home with a good book is really nice, there are plenty of reasons why accessing library materials from home is a great idea!
If you can’t get the library for whatever reason, don’t worry. The Stoughton Public Library has a number of resources that can be accessed from home.
***** REMOTE ACCESS TO ANCESTRY.COM *****
Access to Ancestry Library Edition has been temporarily expanded to library cardholders working remotely, courtesy of ProQuest and its partner Ancestry. Remote access will be available until the end of August and will be re-evaluated monthly as needed.
YOU WILL NEED YOUR STOUGHTON PUBLIC LIBRARY CARD AND PIN TO LOG IN.
With your library card:
NewsBank - Access to local newspapers including the Chronicle & Transcript and Salem Press. Stay in the know.
Mango Languages - Why not learn a new language? Or three?
Consumer Reports - up to date reviews on products and services. To access Consumer Reports click on the link and enter your Stoughton Public Library card. Only Stoughton cardholders have access.
*Forgot or lost your library card number or PIN? Please contact us for assistance.
Looking for more?
Click HERE to see our current list of Online Resources.
Click HERE to access the Boston Public Library’s Online Resources. (What if you don’t have a BPL eCard? You should definitely get one right now. Click HERE to go through the five minute process and become a digital BPL member today!)
The Stoughton Public Library strives to provide a welcoming environment with a diverse collection of materials, educational services and enrichment programs for all ages, backgrounds and abilities. The Library serves as an integral part of the community, providing an opportunity for all to inform and educate themselves, promotes life-long learning, recreational reading and cultural advancement.
|Pat Basler||Library Director|
|Josh Olshin||Reference/Adult Services|
|Amy Dean||Children's Services|
|Christine Iacobucci||Outreach Services Coordinator|
|Antonio Pimentel||Building Maintenance|
|Smadar Gekow||Adult Literacy/ESOL Services|
|Lauren Berghman||Young Adult / Technology Librarian|
|Stacey Beshers||Children's Services|