The John Jermain Memorial Library Adult Services Blog
Our goal is to create an interactive experience for adult library users on the web. We’ll be posting information about events and programs, library news, technology, and general tips to help you take advantage of all that the John Jermain Library has to offer. The final report of the Community Library Committee is also available in blog format (which means you can post comments or questions). A full list of, and links to all the currently avaialble John Jermain Memorial Library sites can be found in the side bar at right under the Links heading.
As mentioned above, blogs are interactive, allowing you, the library user, to post your thoughts and suggestions as comments below each entry in this blog.
Why a Blog?
A library blog gives us a means to share information immediately and less formally than in traditional publications, such as the newsletter and even the website. A quick check here gives you an up-to-the-minute snapshot of what’s going on at the library. It also enables you to tell us what you think — to offer suggestions, ask us questions and give us your point of view. Ideally, the blog will become a community that builds better library service for everyone in the Sag Harbor School District.
Of course, we will maintain professional decorum. We ask that all comments remain respectful, neutral and library-related; we will be happy to provide information about the library and its services, but we will not engage in issue-oriented debates.
There are a few rules:
- Respect everyone’s right to an opinion. Profanity, put downs, inappropriate language or content will be REMOVED from your comments.
- No website links may be included in your comment; they will also be REMOVED.
- NO PERSONAL INFORMATION such as phone numbers, IM screen names, other people’s names, email addresses or things of the same nature will be allowed on comments. This is for your safety.
- When leaving a comment, you will be asked to “sign” the comment with your name and e-mail address. You may use first name, last name, both, or a “user name” you make up. Your e-mail address will not be published, but it must be real.
That said, we look forward to reading your comments online. Click below to get started.