Frequently Asked Questions
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You must register with a librarian for a library card. You will need some form of ID to present at the circulation desk to receive a library card. For example, the librarian may ask to see your driver's license, a bill with your current address, or a student ID before a card can be issued. Cards are issued for immediate use and may be used the same day they are issued. Those patrons that are 18 and under will need to have a parent or legal guardian complete a permission slip before a card can be issued. Please notify the library if you card is lost or stolen so that we can prevent others from using your card.
Yes, you may use your Oxford library card at these 29 other Winnefox Library System member libraries: Berlin, Brandon, Campbellsport, Coloma, Endeavor, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Hancock, Kingston, Markesan, Menasha, Montello, Neenah, North Fond du Lac, Oakfield, Omro, Oshkosh, Packwaukee, Pine River, Plainfield, Poy Sippi, Princeton, Redgranite, Ripon, Wautoma, Westfield, Wild Rose, and Winneconne.
You may have up to 50 items checked out on your library card at one time, with the understanding that there are certain limits on the following items:
*VIDEOS: A patron may have only three (3) videos checked out on their card at one given time, while there is a six (6) video limit per household.
|Books, audiobooks, cassette books:||21 days||1 renewal|
|Interlibrary loans:||date set by lending library||ability to renew determined by lending library|
|Current periodicals:||7 days||NO renewal|
|Non-current periodicals:||7 days||1 renewal|
|DVDs and videos:||7 days||1 renewal|
The fine on overdue library material (books, DVDs, etc.) is 25¢ per day, per item.
You can place holds while at the library or while using the library's online catalog (accessible online at catalog.winnefox.org OR at any online terminal in the library.) To place a hold on an item when using the library's web catalog, click on the words Place Hold. After doing this, a login screen will appear. You will need to type in the entire number from the back of your library card under the words Library Card Number. DO NOT TYPE IN SPACES OR DASHES IN YOUR LIBRARY CARD NUMBER! Next to your library card number, type in your PIN. Your PIN is the last four digits of your phone number. Then click on Login. A Place a Hold screen will appear. Please check to see that Oxford is the pickup location. If this is correct, please click on Submit Hold (Note: If you get a message saying your attempt has been unsuccessful, please check to make sure you typed in the correct numbers. If you've typed in the correct numbers, but are still getting an unsuccessful message, you may not have a PIN, please contact the library at 608-586-4458 to set one up.) You will receive a notice in the mail when the item arrives at the library for you.
Yes! It's easier and faster to renew your item through the online catalog. Simply go to Your Account. You will need to type in your Library Card Number and your PIN (the last four digits of your phone number.) Click in the empty box next to the title of the item you would like to renew. A check mark should appear. Now click Renew Items. If your item is renewable, your item should be renewed (always double check.) If you still have a question contact the librarian.
Yes, the library has a copy machine -- photocopies cost 25¢ per single-sided 8½ by 11 inch page.
Black and white laserjet prints are also 25¢ per page.
Faxes -- there's a $1 fee per page faxed (though there's no charge for faxing the cover sheet). There's no charge to receive a fax.
Yes, the library carries certain State and Federal tax forms during the tax season. You may also check our links section (Financial Information, Taxes & Assistance) for certain IRS forms. Please keep in mind that the library orders tax forms for government agencies, and that we may run out or might not be able to fulfill your need immediately. Your best bet is to call the library ahead of time to see if we have the form you are looking for.
No, the library does not currently have a meeting room.