eBooks and Audiobooks
As a member of the Green Mountain Library Consortium, the Cutler Memorial Library offers its patrons direct access to eBooks and audiobooks located at listenupvermont.org. Sign in here using 8504 plus your library card number -- see video below for more details. We have an e-reader you can borrow, too!
Cutler Memorial Library patrons have access to high quality online courses, provided by the Vermont Department of Libraries. Begin exploring these courses by registering (one time only register with 2566700000 + your library card number to make a 14-digit registration number): State of Vermont Universal Class Registration page.
LearningExpress Library provides a comprehensive selection of academic and career-related solutions available in one platform. It includes skill-building in reading, writing, math, and science, college admissions exams, occupational licensing tests, workplace skills improvement, career exploration, and much more. The subscription includes Job & Career Accelerator, a job and career platform where job seekers can explore occupations, find career matches based on interests and skills, search for jobs and internships, search for scholarships, write winning resumes and much more. Also included is computer Skills Center, where one can learn the fundamentals of using a computer, the Internet and popular software applications with these self-paced, easy-to-use online tutorials —in beginner to advanced levels.
LearningExpress library is a deep and broad tool that has something for everyone, from prep for the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) exam, nursing and medical testing prep, job interview and resume writing, computer skills, SAT, LSAT, and GRE test prep, to interactive tools to help someone choose a career. It can help someone choose a pathway in life or provide the tools to get a better job.
You can access the Vermont On-Line library from any internet connection with your Cutler Memorial Library account. Use this link: Vermont ONLINE Library. Contact us for the remote password at email@example.com.
We are posting historic materials relevant to Plainfield from our collection on an on-line archive using Google's (free) Open Gallery platform. Check out the yearbooks, ranging from 1934 to the late 1960s (so far)! All of the yearbooks we have are being digitized now and will be loaded up soon. https://cutlerlibrary.culturalspot.org/home
Twinfield School Blog "TUS Experiences" http://twinfieldexperiences.weebly.com/
Twinfield School Calendar http://www.washnesu.org/twinfield/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/2016-2017_School_Calendar.pdf
Twinfield Events Calendar http://www.washnesu.org/twinfield/home/calendars/
Plainfield Town History http://www.plainfieldvt.us/index.php/town-history
Plainfield Historical Society http://www.plainfieldvthistory.org/
Plainfield Town Government http://www.plainfieldvt.us/
Blinking Light Gallery http://blinkinglightgallery.com/
The Health Center http://www.the-health-center.org/
WGDR/WGDH Radio http://www.wgdr.org/
Jaquith Library in Marshfield http://www.jaquithpubliclibrary.org/
Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier http://kellogghubbard.org/
Aldrich Library in Barre http://www.aldrichpubliclibrary.org/
Plainfield Coop http://www.plainfieldcoop.com/
Maple Hill School & Farm http://maplehillschoolandfarm.org/
We lend out the LCD projector to groups or individual use, but only for publicly-advertised, free events or non-profit group meetings. In other words, regretfully we cannot lend the projector for private use such as a party or fee-based workshop. The bulbs are very expensive to replace. Make an appointment in advance, and plan to pick up the projector a day or two before the event and return it the next day we are open after the event. The individual who borrows and returns the projector must have a Cutler Memorial Library card and sign an agreement before borrowing the device.
Wi-Fi, Public Computers, Scanning, Copying & Printing
We provide fiber optic wi-fi, also available in the parking lot. We also have a desktop computer station and two laptops with internet access for the public to use, and a color scanner that anyone with their own email account can use for free to scan photos or documents (converting them to digital form). Black-and-white printing or copying is also available for 15 cents per page, and color is sometimes available for 25 center per page.