Library Services for Adults
The Adult Services Department, located on the 2nd floor, provides library visitors with information about materials and services that are primarily for adults. Assistance using those materials and services is provided, as well.
The library’s collection of materials includes digital and Internet resources such as DVDs, CDs, ebooks, and audiobooks in addition to the numerous books, magazines, newspapers, and other print items on our shelves. A range of services such as research assistance, public-use computers, document printing and copying, private study rooms, and instructional workshops are also available to make visits to the library as productive and enjoyable as possible.
The Adult Services Department can be contacted by phone at (310) 412-4280. For more information on how to reach someone within the department, see ABOUT US.
Fuera de las Sombras
Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 to October 15, and was enacted in 1988 on the anniversary of the independence of several Latin American nations: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and Nicaragua. In appreciation of this annual observance, one of our research database providers, Gale, is highlighting the military contributions of Hispanic Americans with its Fuera de las Sombras (Out of the Shadows) program. Click here to view the program guide, designed to help you explore these contributions using two of the Gale databases: Biography in Context and U.S. History in Context. You can access both databases in the library or by using your Inglewood Library Card information.
To view the full list of programs and events for adults, click here.
See Library Calendar for more events