Services of the Titusville Library
The Reference Desk is the place for patrons to go with questions of any type. We help patrons reserve books and movies. We help with computer questions. We find phone numbers, addresses and information on schedules of events. We also help direct patrons to the resources that can fix their problems or find answers if we are unable to directly.
Circulation: regular print books, large print books, audiobooks, DVD movies, eBooks, eAudiobooks, newspapers & magazines and paintings
Nancy C. Sieck Genealogical Room: home to a goodly collection of genealogy books and reference materials. Volunteers are available Monday thru Wednesday and Friday mornings to assist with research. We also subscribe to Ancestry.com, which is available on all library computers.
Brevard Libraries Genealogy and Family History Website
Faxing services: $1.00 per page with a limit of 30 pages per day per patron. Resumes and job applications are faxed at no charge.
Visually or physically disabled patrons: Our Talking Books collection provides books on audiocassettes, records and in Braille which can also be delivered to homebound patrons.
Proctoring services: Provided by the Reference Desk for $10 per exam. Please contact the Reference desk in advance to schedule.
Wireless internet: Free during business hours.
More than 20 computers are available: Use in the library for up to 6 hours a day per patron. All of our computers print in Black & White and Color. Color printing is 50 cents per page and Black & White is 10 cents per page. Photocopying is available at the same prices.
Visually disabled patrons: Access to an ADA computer with a large screen and magnification capabilities.
Three study rooms: with a maximum capacity of 8–10 people, are available for public use. No reservations are accepted. They are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Hannemann room: Holds up to 200 people or can be split to accommodate 100 people each for larger groups. Hannemann A features a small kitchenette, while Hannemann B features a grand piano.
Children's story times and special activities: Throughout each month.
Staff in the children's area: Provide assistance with selecting materials for the Accelerated Reader program or just finding books with an appropriate reading level
Craft classes and book clubs for adults: Subjects and times may change check the schedule above.
The conference room: Holds up to 11 people. It features a large whiteboard on one wall. Please contact the reference desk to schedule.
Health Insurance Market Place: The Health Insurance Market Place is a new way to find coverage that fits your budget and meets your needs. Stop by or call 321-615-3764 for appointments. They are here every Friday from 10 am to 3 pm.
Second Harvest helps people sign up for ACCESS Florida benefits on 1st and 3rd Fridays from 9 am-2 pm on a first-come, first-served basis.
Community Support Advocate: If you need help with any of the following housing, job/career, mental health, food/SNAP, government services, reemployment, or other services please stop by or contact Dr. Lisa Montgomery, Community Support Advocate email: firstname.lastname@example.org. She is here on the 1st and 3rd Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. You can also call or stop by the reference desk to make an appointment.
Includes online access to genealogical information, newspapers & magazines, Rosetta Stone, investments, consumer education and much more.
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