Book A Librarian

PGTPL offers resources and support for homeschooling families!

Welcome! The Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library is pleased to offer free digital services to the public. We can assist you with our many library digital resources  such as Libby, Hoopla, Freegal, Kanopy, and more.  We are also able to offer help familiarize you with new electronic devices, operating systems like Windows 10 ,  software including Microsoft Office and troubleshoot minor software or operating services.

How it works:

For an appointment email us at:  bookalibrarian@plainfieldlibrary.net*

You may book an appointment: Monday thru Friday 4 PM to 8 PM

  • Please include your name, a good contact phone number, times and dates that are convenient, the device you are using, and a brief description of the services you’re interested in.
  • As an alternative to scheduled appointments we have Digital Drop In available  as a walk in service every Saturday in the Lobby Conference Room from 9:30 to 11:30. No appointment necessary.

Book A Librarian is available by appointment only so that we may provide you with one-on-one, in-depth assistance.  Non-library service technology assistance may be limited outside of Book A Librarian appointments or Digital Drop-In sessions. Appointments must be scheduled at least twenty-four hours in advance.

Services: PGTPL staff are trained instructors and familiar with many forms of technology and electronic equipment, but we are not trained computer technicians. We cannot repair damaged or malfunctioning technology.

Antiquated Technology: PGTPL reserves the right to decline assistance with antiquated or unusual technology. Example we are not able to providing assistance to devices using Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems.

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Need some technology or research help? Fill out the form and our staff will contact you as soon as we can.

  • Describe what you need help with. Please give us as much information as possible.
  • Are you using a laptop, eReader, phone, tablet, etc.? What brand?