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Dugway Post Library

Dugway Post Library is one of the best libraries in Tooele County. It
provides an exceptional selection of Books and Audio Books, for every age
group and genre. We circulate DVD and Blue Ray movies, with over 4200
available and new materials coming in every month. We also have an
Inter-Library Loan Service, and we provide access to thousands of e-books,
audio books and media online through our Army Library system online
services.
 
The Post Library provides computers with internet access and provides free
WiFi access.  WE also have a copy machine, fax service, and computer
printing available.
 
During the summer we manage Summer Reading Programs for all ages, and for
children we offer prizes throughout the summer for young readers reaching
their reading goals. Other library programs include story time, library
skills development, Reference assistance, crafts, Holiday activities and
more.
 
Please stop by and visit with our friendly staff at the Dugway Post Library
and see what we have to offer.  We look forward to assisting with your
literature, information and media needs. The Library has an extensive Utah
collection, offering information about how and where to pursue skiing,
camping, rockhounding, hiking, tourist attractions, family activities,
biking, rock climbing, folklore, gardening, hunting, fishing, skiing,
boating, treasure hunting, bird watching, flora and fauna, petroglyphs,
kayaking, ghost town… well, you get the idea! Find out what Utah has to
offer YOU while you are here at Dugway Proving Ground.  

 

General Library Information System

The General Library Information System (GLIS) includes most Army MWR Libraries, as well as some Air Force and TRADOC Libraries. This automated system allows registered library user to have access to downloadable audio books and eBooks (for free), research, and making request for items. Once registered, the library user registration information will follow the Soldier and/or Family Members in relocation or deployments.

For first-time users, click on "New to My Account" in order to acquire a Personal Identification Number (PIN). You must ensure that the e-mail address you enter to create your PIN is the same email address you submitted to the Library when you registered as a borrower. Once your PIN is established, this enables to renew your own books or request materials to be purchased.

With an AKO account, a number of academic database can be accessed. On the AKO homepage, click on the "Self Service" pull down box and then click on "My Library." 

Once you have registered at your local GLIS Library, you can set up an online account to manage your library use from anywhere at any time.

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