Tips for Browsing and Searching

The library’s collection can be searched through the librarypoint.org website and CRRL Mobile app. This includes books, audiobooks, DVDs, magazines, eBooks, eAudio, streaming videos, as well as Library of Things, Tech on the Go, and Grow a Reader packs.  Setting up your online account If you don’t have a library card, you can get your…
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2021 Annual Report

Click image to download .pdf. 2021 ANNUAL REPORT All this at no charge with your library card!  Awards Best of Stafford: Porter Branch Fredericksburg Parent’s Family Favorites: #1 for Family Fun, Best Indoor Activity Grow a Reader Storytimes: Top Pick for free things to do for family fun Paws for Reading program: Top Pick for…
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Talking Books, BARD, and Other Accessibility Resources

Central Rappahannock Regional Library (CRRL) offers many resources for students with disabilities or special education needs. For students with vision, physical, or print/reading disabilities such as dyslexia, CRRL provides Talking Books and BARD services, which offer students access to over 100,000 book titles, as well as to resources such as magazines, foreign language materials, and…
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Return to In-Branch Access

Thanks to subsiding COVID rates in our area, we're able to return to in-branch access starting Monday, January 31, ending our temporary return to curbside and phone-only service. Come into any branch to browse the collection, check out materials, and use computers for internet access, research, and printing. Meeting and study rooms can be reserved…
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Statement on Diversity and Censorship

Central Rappahannock Regional Library is dismayed by the recent events in our community that suggest the removal, banning and burning of certain books that some find offensive or inappropriate. We strongly believe that a challenged book should go through the established review process. We believe in the American Library Association's Library Bill of Rights and…
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Online Video-Based Learning Expanded

The video-based online learning service previously known as Lynda.com is now LinkedIn Learning. With this transition, thousands of additional courses have been added, including: Business and career skills: Management, marketing, productivity, small business, time management Education: Blackboard, Google apps, presentations with Captivate or Prezi, test prep Job search tools: Resume design, searching for positions, working…
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