Your Library Account

View Your Account and Renew

Don’t remember whether you returned that book or video? Can’t remember if you have asked us to hold a book? Need to renew library materials and the library is closed? Now you can do so online.

Welcome to Verso!

Verso is your online access to the library. In Verso you can:

  • Search the library’s holdings from home
  • Place holds
  • View current check-outs and due dates
  • Check your account balances
  • Create lists of books to read
  • Keep track of what you have read ( library staff cannot see your history)
  • Review books you’ve read
  • Share books with your friends

In order to use these features, you will need to set up an account with you library card.

Account Set Up and Exploration:

  1. Go to our website. Click: Library Catalog.
  2. When Verso is loaded, look in the upper right corner for Login. Click Please Login. 
  3. Log in to your account using your library card number and  password. If this is your first time signing in, you will use the following as your password: USERPASS  You will then be prompted to create your own unique password. From here, you can explore your account.
  4. Click on My Account to see items checked out and due dates.  You may renew and see a list of reserved items on this screen. 
  5. Place holds using the quick search or advanced search feature on the home page.  When you have found your title, double-click the title and click reserve item on the left side of screen.
  6. If you need more help please give us a call at 423-745-7782.

Please click here for a Introduction the VERSO video.

Health Agency Resources

Health Agency Resources

Stay up to date with federal and state health resources.

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Keep up with the latest updates from local school districts

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Important Health Agency Resources Regarding Coronavirus

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Summer Lunch Program

Summer Lunch Program

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Every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the summer, beginning June 16, the Library will be providing a free, healthy lunch for children who live in the Athens area from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. as a part of a program through Athens City Schools. The lunches will be served on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information about this program, contact the Library at 745-7782.

Tennessee Resources

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The Official Site of the State of Tennessee

Tennessee Blue Book Online
The official manual of Tennessee state government and includes information on our elected officials, the various branches and agencies of state government, historic and statistical data, and election returns

Tennessee Civil War Sourcebook
Sponsored by the Tennessee Historical Commission, this is an online project that identifies activities and attributes citations dealing with the war in the Volunteer Stat

Center for Business and Economic Research
Source for many statistical sites pertaining to Tennessee, and the United States

Cover Kids
Es un programa de cobertura de salud a bajo costo para ninos y mujeres embarazadas que cumplen con las reglas de elegibilidad para el programa. Si Ud. necesity ayuda con la aplicacion, llamenos al 1-866-626-3409. La llamdada es gratis. Los servicios del interprete del idioma estan disponibles en muchos idiomas incluyendo Espanol. 

Cover Tennessee
Governor Phil Bredesen’s multi-pronged effort, Cover Tennessee, extends health insurance coverage to uninsured individuals in Tennessee through three insurance programs and a pharmacy assistance program. Cover Tennessee provides health insurance options for uninsured children through CoverKids; for small businesses through CoverTN and for chronically ill adults through AccessTN. Those who have a critical need for pharmacy assistance can get help through CoverRX. Pick up a free brochure at the information rack within E.G. Fisher Public Library, visit the web site, or call 1-866-COVERTN

McMinn County Vocational Rehabilitation Center
Helps those who qualify find and keep employment. (423) 744-2800 ext. 115

Tennessee Code and Constitution
Search the Tennessee state laws

TN Disability Pathfinder / Información de Discapacidad
Information on how to obtain help for family members who may have a disability. Spanish language version is also available.

Tennessee Driver Manuals
Driver’s license study guides in English and Spanish as well as CDL and motorcycle manuals

Tennessee Electronic Atlas
A helpful feature of this site includes the ability to zoom into any particular locale, the topographic maps change to aerial photographic overlays. For those seeking a wealth of information, spatial and otherwise, about the state of Tennessee, this site is a must.

Tennessee Encyclopedia of History and Culture
A definitive and comprehensive reference work on the Volunteer State. Search by keyword for full-text articles, locate historical texts by title or author, and browse the Image, Media, and Map Galleries. The site also features “Other Links“, a thorough listing of additional Tennessee historical resources. 

Tennessee Heritage Online
Digital Collections from Tennessee Libraries, Archives, and Museums

Tennessee History
A Guide to Primary Sources

Tennessee Statistical Abstract, 2003
Economic and demographic data are presented in easy-to-read tables, maps, and graphs for Tennessee counties, cities, and also southeastern states. In addition to the customary information on population, personal income, and employment, the 2003 edition includes tables with data for affirmative action employment searches, educational attainment, housing prices and retail sales.  Source notes for most tables now include the internet address of the source agency. With detailed information in 19 subject areas, plus rankings and an extensive index, the Tennessee Statistical Abstract is the most comprehensive source available for information on Tennessee. 

Tennessee : Unclaimed Property
Updated daily. Tennessee’s Unclaimed Property Office may have money to return to you! If you have forgotten about a savings account, utility deposit, stock dividend, credit card overpayment, etc., then you should check this site!

Tennessee Virtual Archive
Highlights from the collections of the Tennessee State Library and Archives. The Tennessee Virtual Archive (TeVA), is a program of the State Library and Archives to create a digital repository of Tennessee history and culture. Their mission is to bring electronic versions of the state’s rich collections to a wider audience. TeVA provides a searchable array of historical records, photographs, documents, maps, postcards, film, audio and other original materials of enduring value.

Volunteer Voices
Volunteer Voices is a state-wide digitization project that will provide access to primary sources that document Tennessee’s rich history and culture. Volunteer Voices combines the collaborative efforts to Tennessee archives, historical societies, libraries, museums, and schools. (currently in Beta format)

Reference

CFLC Reference Desk
Hundreds of web sites listed under different subject areas.
http://cflc.net/refdesk.htm

Encarta Encyclopedia
A free scaled down version of the CD-Rom product
http://encarta.msn.com/

Federal Citizen Information Center
Obtain federal brochures on a variety of topics, including Medicare. This site included a version in Español, and one specifically designed for sight reader machines.
http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/ 

Find Articles: the Web’s First Free Article Search
Search and read 2.8 million articles from over 500 publications. You may search for publications by name, or subject.
http://www.findarticles.com/

Internet Public Library
Includes subject collections, ready reference, Reading Room, KidSpace, TeenSpace, Special Collections, searching tools, and more!
http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/

Librarian’s Index to the Internet
“Information You Can Trust.” Librarians’ Index to the Internet (LII) is a searchable, annotated subject directory of more than 14,000 Internet resources selected and evaluated by librarians for their usefulness to users of public libraries. LII is used by both librarians and the general public as a reliable and efficient guide to Internet resources.
http://lii.org/

The Library Spot
Encyclopedias, maps, online libraries, quotations, dictionaries, and more!
http://www.libraryspot.com/

Our Documents
Over 100 of the United States’ most important documents. The Our Documents initiative is a cooperative effort among National History Day, The National Archives and Records Administration, and USA Freedom Corps.
http://www.ourdocuments.gov/index.php?flash=true& 

United States Chamber of Commerce Directory
Locate a Chamber of Commerce near you!
http://www.uschamber.com/chambers/directory/default.htm

My Virtual Reference Desk
The Refdesk is full of facts and figures, updated news, and links to sources from phone books to world clocks.
http://www.refdesk.com/

The World Factbook
Provides national-level information on countries, territories, and dependencies.
https://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/index.html

At the Library: See our Quick REF section for more resources on a variety of subjects.