DIGITIZE YOUR OLD MEDIA

Digital Media Stations provide the tools necessary to preserve, edit, and create. From converting old photos and film to creating new digital media in Adobe Creative Cloud, the Digital Media Station is a one-stop vintage and virtual shop!

Convert your old media to digital formats at Sheridan, Southglenn, Kelver and Smoky Hill Library.

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RESERVE A STATION

Reserve a time online to digitize your old media at Sheridan, Southglenn, Kelver or Smoky Hill Library, or call to make a reservation.

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ASK A QUESTION

Fill out this form and we'll answer by email or phone.

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DIGITAL MEDIA STATION HELP

Need help using the Digital Media Station or have a question about the tools? Fill out the form below and a librarian will be in contact to provide assistance with your digitization needs.

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Digital Media Station Blogs

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Library General FAQs

  • We sure do! You’ll find virtual events, opens a new window on a variety of topics for all ages. Registration is usually required for these events.

  • We'll be sure to let you know with a notification (by email, text or phone) when your hold(s) is ready. Find out how to sign up for text alerts, or contact us for help changing your notification preference.

    You can also log in to your library account to check the status of your holds. Holds that are ready for pick up will display with a green "Ready" button.

    When you have received a notification or confirmed a hold is ready, you will need to make an appointment, opens a new window and select the library where your holds are waiting to schedule a 30-minute time slot for pickup.

    We look forward to seeing you soon!

  • Arapahoe Libraries are open for you to pick up holds and return materials, browse books and media, use library computers, and reserve meeting and study rooms. Visit our Services Updates, opens a new window page for a list of all services currently available to patrons.

    The health and safety of our patrons and staff continue to be the top priority. 

    What you need to know before your visit:
    • If you are feeling sick, please stay home.
    • You will be asked to follow the COVID-19 Patron Code of Conduct, opens a new window.
    • All patrons are strongly encouraged to wear a mask while using the library. Vaccinated patrons may use the library without a mask.
    • Staff and patrons will adhere to social distancing guidelines.
    • Hand sanitizer and disposable masks will be available.
    • Computers are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 
    • Park and Pickup services are also available to pick up holds for your convenience. Please make an appointment, opens a new window or call 303-LIBRARY 303-542-7279.

    You can also access library resources from home:

  • You can select from a wide range of virtual events, opens a new window and complete the registration online. Contact us, opens a new window if you’d like help. 
     
    You will need an internet connection to view the event. Some events include audience participation, so you may want a web camera as well.
     
    Need Internet Access?
    WiFi hotspots are available inside and outside all Arapahoe Libraries, opens a new window
    • Network name: LibraryPublicWiFi
    • No password needed 
    Events on Zoom: Registration for virtual events ends 30 minutes before the event begins. ​Before the event begins, you'll receive an email reminder with the event's Zoom link, a phone number, meeting ID and passcode for that Zoom event. If you don’t see the email, check your spam folder. 
    Events on YouTube: For events on YouTube, the event listing provides the link to watch the event. No registration is required for YouTube. 
  • Reserving an Exploration Pass does not guarantee entry to an attraction or museum. Many destinations are offering limited, scheduled entry for paid guests, members and pass holders. Please check with the destination you plan to visit directly for up-to-date information.

  • Study and meeting room reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance. 

    Reserve a room, opens a new window online or call 303-LIBRARY (303-542-7279).

  • Prospector
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    Check Prospector to find the item in other libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. You can use your Arapahoe Libraries card to place holds on and check out Prospector items.

    MOBIUS, opens a new window
    Check MOBIUS to find the item in other libraries in Missouri. You can use your Arapahoe Libraries card to place holds on and check out MOBIUS items.

    Interlibrary Loan, opens a new window
    Let us find it at another library. Read the Interlibrary Loan Policy, opens a new window to learn more. You can email us, opens a new window or call 303-LIBRARY (303- 542-7279) with questions.

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    Still can't find it? Ask us to find or purchase it with this online request form, opens a new window in our classic catalog.

    Contact Us
    Still have questions? Ask us, opens a new window!

  • When placing a hold on an item on our website, you can select a locker as your hold pickup location.

    If you have single-click holds set up for your online account, you will need to update your hold preferences to see the lockers as hold options. Contact us if you need help.

    We'll be sure to let you know with a notification (by email, text or phone) when your hold(s) is ready. Find out how to sign up for text alerts, or contact us for help changing your notification preference.

    You can also log in to your library account to check the status of your holds. Holds that are ready for pick up will display with a green "Ready" button.

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