The library has 10 computers equipped with Internet access and Microsoft Office available for public use. Please read our computer policy prior to use.
The technology center is available to all library users. It is equipped with a 3D printer, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, and graphic design software. Visit our tech center page for more information.
The library provides space for tutors and students from the Haddonfield community. Two small tutoring areas have been set up in the Fiction collection area on the first floor. Accommodation is on a first-come, first-serve basis. In addition, the library has varied collections to support those in need of tutoring. The library also borrows books from other libraries through interlibrary loans.
The library has a public copy machine. Black & White copies may be made for $0.20 per copy. Color copies are $0.50 each. The machine makes letter (8 x 11) and ledger (11 x 17) sized copies. Change is available at the library’s circulation desk for copies.
Please remember that this is a public wireless network and is not 100% secure. Always protect your private information on public wifi networks.
The classroom may be reserved for meetings that are free and open to the public. It is equipped with an interactive whiteboard for presentations. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve the space.
Mobile printing is available in the library and from home. Normal printing costs apply. Learn more here.
The library assists with proctoring of exams for local residents or those who are eligible for a library card. In order to perform effective proctoring, we request at least three days' notice. We need your full name and contact information, the name of your educational institution, as well as the date and anticipated time of the exam. If it will be a computerized exam, we need that information too. We also need time to receive the exam to have it ready for the scheduled proctoring session. Please send an email to email@example.com for more information on proctoring services.
Our adult department offers many parenting resources as well as information about learning differences. Homeschooled students are invited to obtain materials from our collection or through interlibrary loan. The New Jersey home school curriculum, as well as help with homeschooling, are available by accessing the website: www.nationalhomeschool.com
Haddonfield teachers are invited to obtain a Haddonfield Library card that will be valid for the current school year, renewable each September. Teachers may request materials by first checking to make sure they are in our collection and then emailing the list a few days in advance to the Children’s Librarian, Jordan Bilodeau at firstname.lastname@example.org. Materials will be collected from shelves, checked out to the teacher, and stored at the Children’s Desk until picked up. If the necessary materials are not part of the Haddonfield Public Library collection, teachers may request them through interlibrary loan (see interlibrary loan above for details).
Students who are not Haddonfield residents, but who attend a school located in Haddonfield may obtain a Haddonfield Library card if they are on a school list or show a current school identification card.
The library partners with the Interfaith Caregivers to provide delivery and pick up of library materials to eligible borrowers. Interfaith Caregivers facilitates independent living by providing supportive volunteer services for people who are elderly or disabled.
Shopping and Errands
Assistance in filling out forms
Reading to individuals who are visually impaired
These services are available and free of charge to residents of Haddonfield and Haddon Heights and to members of houses of worship in those communities. For more information, contact Interfaith Caregivers at (856) 354-0298 or Kathleen Metrick, Tech Services Supervisor, at Haddonfield Public Library at 856-429-1304, ext. 116. We can customize the materials before pick up by developing a profile of the reader’s or viewer’s preferences.
The Haddonfield Seed Library is open to all library cardholders. Join for free and choose from our selection of vegetable, fruit, herb, and flower seeds. All seeds are labeled organic or traditional and all are GMO-free. Donate your own purchased or harvested seeds and help us restock the library. For more information, contact Cathy DeCampli.
Complete the registration form at the seed library.
Note which seeds you are taking or donating on the back of your registration form.
Seed donations are encouraged but not required.
Beanstack is our web-based reading and activity challenge management software. It allows you to track how many pages or minutes you've read, the titles you've read, compete for prizes, and view upcoming events, all from the website or app! Get the little ones ready for school with our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten challenge, or discover something new with the Read Harder challenge. Of course, there is always our favorite - summer reading! Now you can track the whole family from one account!
How does it work?
Check out this tutorial to learn how to create your account and log your reading.
The library welcomes suggestions for items such as books, journals, DVDs, and other audiovisual items to add to our collection. If you cannot find what you are looking for in the library catalog, you may submit an interlibrary loan request online or contact the library. We may have difficulty borrowing materials less than 6 months old. For more information, send an email to email@example.com or call 856-429-1304. If you think an item should be added to the library's collection, please fill out the form below.