Your Library Card
In order to receive an Athena library card, you must...
LOST CARD: If your library card becomes lost or unreadable, there is a $3.00 replacement card fee.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Athena Public Library welcomes every member of the community to use and enjoy the library’s facilities and services. To protect each individual’s access to information and library services, we have established the following rules. These behavior rules shall apply to the building, interior and exterior, and all property controlled and operated by Athena Public Library (such as building, drop boxes, and adjoining sidewalks and grounds, which are hereafter referred to as the "premises") and to all persons entering in or on the premises.
The library reserves the right to require anyone who violates a rule of conduct to leave the library. Refusal to leave when requested may result in arrest for trespassing. The library may deny permission for a person to enter the facilities for a specified time if that person violates these rules, or if that person has engaged in criminal behavior on library premises.
The Following Are Prohibited:
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Your Online Account
To open your online library account, follow these steps in order:
1. Have your library card handy.
2. Go to catalog.sage.eou.edu.
3. Click on "My Account".
4. Put in all 14 digits of your library card number.
5. The default password is the last 4 digits of your primary telephone number. If you need help with this please call the library
Items borrowed using your Sage System library card will be recorded on your online account, and when you log in, you’ll be able to see what items you’ve borrowed and when they are due, in addition to the overall status of your account.
From within your online account you will also be able to renew items (extend the time you can keep them) and place reservations (“holds”) on items from home or from any computer with Internet capabilities.
If you have any questions about setting up or using your online library account, ask your librarian!