|Record #: GUE0101||Last Modified: 23 Feb 2017||Last Full Update: 23 Feb 2017|
|Public Comments||Live Homework Help: an online tutoring service featuring expert tutors from across North America. This free after-school service allows students in grades 4 through the early university and college years to connect to tutors for one-to-one homework help sessions. Help is available in math, science, social studies and English from 4pm to 10pm.|
|Office Phone||519-824-6220 ; 519-829-4404|
|Primary Contact||Henry Wiebe, Branch Supervisor; Email: email@example.com|
|Primary Executive||Steven Kraft, Chief Executive Officer; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Located In Community||Guelph|
|Address & Map||
31 Farley Dr, Unit 100
Guelph, ON N1L 0B7
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|Intersection||Gordon St and Clair Rd E|
|Physical Access||Fully Accessible ; Parking - Accessible, Entrance - Accessible, Washrooms - Accessible|
|Description & Services|
|Description (Service)||Assists the public to access library resources, including print and non-print collections of materials in order to meet informational and reading needs of patrons. Services include:
* information and reference services
* adult book club
* children's programs
* internet access
* book drop facilities
* calendar of events (see website or call for details)
Extension Services provides access to library materials for Special Needs patrons.
* Visiting Library Services: complimentary home delivery service of library books to those adult card holders who cannot visit the library because of a physical or mental infirmity or advanced age.
* Talking Books: full text books read onto cassette tapes, available for customers unable to use regular print due to blindness or a visual, physical or reading disability.
|Hours||Mon-Thu 9 am-8 pm * Fri-Sat 9 am-5 pm * Sun 1 pm-5 pm
Summer hours Mon-Thu 9 am-8 pm * Fri-Sat 9 am-5 pm
|Eligibility||Guelph Public Library card is needed for borrowing privileges, access to online tutoring program (Live Homework Help) and other services. When applying for a card, identification is required and proof of Guelph address. Residents of Cambridge and Wellington County may obtain a free Reciprocal Borrowing Membership.
**Library cards are available for a fee to other non-residents
Talking Books are restricted, due to copyright by the producers, to those persons who qualify for this service.
|Application||Call, visit website or drop in for information. Identification and proof of address required for all memberships.
Bookmobile inquiries should be directed to Bullfrog Mall Branch at 519-829-4401.
|Languages||English ; multi-lingual website|
|Fees||Membership - fee for ineligible non-residents only: family membership - $50 / six months, $100 / 12 months ; None - for residents of Guelph and eligible non-residents|
|Legal Status||(50) Non Profit|
|Funding||City / Town|
|Service Categories||Conversation Partners ; Public Libraries|