Woodworth Consolidated Library

In observance of the National Day of Mourning for the Late President Bush – we will be closed on Wednesday 12/5/18.

Hours of Operation*

*See Dec. 2018 Holiday Hours Below

Monday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday Closed
Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Contact

Bldg. 33500, 549 Rice Rd.
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WiFi Available

Handicap Accessible

Tel:
+1 (706)791-7323

Military DSN Tel:
(312)780-7323

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Holiday Hours 2018
Dec. 13 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Dec. 15-16 Closed
Dec. 17-19 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Dec. 20 - Jan. 1 (Exodus) Closed

Woodworth Library Online Catalog TRADOC Cyber Library Online Catalog


 

Welcome! The library serves a consolidated mission to FMWR (Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation) and TRADOC (Training and Doctrine) Commands. Services and collections encompass a wealth of useful print, electronic, and human resources supporting education, self-development, and well-being.

Our Mission is to empower, motivate, and inspire our patrons through proactive delivery of real-world information services for our Military Community's professional, academic, and social prosperity.

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Kids

Woodworth Consolidated Library invites you to read and grow with your children! At Woodworth, kids have their own room dedicated to cool stuff! You'll find tons of books, encyclopedias, paperbacks, and more. We also provide access to great K-12 databases for online research – free for registered library patrons. Older kids and young adults can enjoy a collection of fiction and non-fiction, CDs, DVDs and much more.

In addition to special events throughout the year for K-12 age groups, we offer both a Children's Story Time and Summer Reading Program. Our talented program team is dedicated to presenting creative and fun educational activities for promoting youth literacy – traditional storytelling, crafts, arts, book clubs, puppet shows and more. Make learning a joy!


Helpful K-12 Databases and How-To's

Other Fun Links

Local Information

The following websites will be of help to those new to the area and those who want to keep up with events and happenings in the CSRA (Central Savannah River Area).

Online Resources

Available to registered Woodworth Consolidated Library patrons


EBSCO – magazines, journals, scholarly publications, and fully available CHILTON’S car manuals (1954-present).
search.ebscohost.com
Please see library staff for log-in information


INFOTRAC, Gale Group – full-text for biography, history, literature, health and wellness, and more.
infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/22mwrlib
Library ID: 2001CFSC


KIDS INFOBITS – research sources for elementary school students, parents and professionals.
infotrac.galegroup.com/itweb/22mwrlib
Library ID: 2001CFSC


eBOOKS, eAUDIOBOOKS, eMOVIES and eMUSIC – Download your favorites free by registering with your I.D. card at the library, then create a My Account at:
Library Card Catalog
Login with weblogin and pin and proceed to eResources tab. To learn more about My account, follow this link My Account features tutorial


PROQUEST – Full-text magazine, journal, newspaper and reference materials.
search.proquest.com
Login: 07FDB82TNX


Other Useful Websites

Fort Gordon Community:

Military:

Public Education:

Job Search & Career:

Tax Forms:

U.S. Government:

Policies

Registration Privileges

The following personnel are eligible for library privileges:

  • Active Duty and Retired Military, Sponsored Family Members, Fort Gordon Civilian Employees and Fort Gordon Students.
  • Military or Government ID card must be presented and patron must be registered in the library system in order to use computers or check-out materials.
  • Material Check-outs are not allowed for patrons leaving/clearing Post within a two-week or less time-frame.
  • Children under 10 years of age cannot utilize computers or check-out independent of their Sponsor.

Loan Time-Frames

  • 21 Day Loan: Books, Audiobooks (limit 4), and CDs (limit 4).
  • 7 Day Loan: DVDs (limit 2)
  • A maximum of 2 renewals will be granted as long as the item is not on hold for another.

Overdue Items

Bringing materials back on time ensures availability and fair use for all our patrons. Please be considerate and return your materials by the date due. The following procedures will be utilized to retrieve all overdue materials:

  • 7+ days: First Notice delivered to patron via email.
  • 14+ days: Second Notice delivered to patron via email.
  • 28+ days: Third Notice delivered to patron via email.
  • 29+ days: Final Attempt and notice to patron via email and phone; Sponsor’s Commanding Officer may be notified.
  • 90+ days: DD139 will be issued to retrieve the cost of materials from payroll deduction.

Replacement of Lost/Damaged Items

Patrons have several options to replace any lost/damaged items they may have incurred:

  • Items may be replaced with a staff approved equivalent item (same format, title, and condition).
  • Items may be paid for via cash, money order, or payroll deduction (DD139).

Fees/Printing Limits

  • The Library does not charge late fees or printing fees.
  • The coin copier is for public use and charges 25¢ per copy
  • Computer prints are limited to 10 pages.

Expected Courtesy

  • Please reserve cell phone use for outside the library.
  • Distracting/disruptive behavior will be directed outside the library. Severe incursions may result in a loss of Library privileges and/or be reported through the Sponsor’s Chain of Command.
  • Children under 13 must be accompanied by parent or sponsor at all times.
  • Proper attire and shoes are required at all times.
Services & Support

Library Services

The Woodworth Consolidated Library is your comprehensive resource for all educational needs. Our friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful team work hard to make your library experience enriching and worthwhile. The library’s valuable resources are only a visit, phone call, or mouse click away.

Services and Collections:

  • Computers for internet, word processing, and research needs
  • Comprehensive reference services
  • Electronic access to academic and leisure reading materials
  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Free test proctoring (Unavailable until September 2018)
  • Free notary services – forms must be signed in front of notary
  • Wide variety of special programs
  • Paperback exchanges
  • Photocopying
  • Children's collections and children's room
  • Periodicals, journals, magazines, reference collections
  • Books: nonfiction, fiction
  • Audio books and music CDs
  • Popular fiction and non-fiction DVDs
  • Free wireless internet
  • Scan to email capabilities
  • Strategy games and puzzles available for public use
  • Comfortable surroundings, friendly, dedicated and helpful staff!

Helpful Academic Databases & How-To's:

Other Helpful Links: