Mary Cotton Library Launches Impact Survey

From August 7 to September 1 the Mary Cotton Public Library will be conducting an online survey to find out how our patrons use the library’s computers and Internet connection and how this service has made a positive impact on their lives. This information will help the library improve its technology services and communicate the value of providing free access to computers and the Internet within the community. The Impact Survey is anonymous, available in English and Spanish, and takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Persons completing the survey will have then have an opportunity to submit their names into an online drawing for a $25.00 gift certificate from
Please tell us  how you as library patrons use computers and the Internet at the libraries, why you use it, and how it impacts your life. The survey will be  instrumental in providing evidence that access to the Internet at Mary Cotton Public Library has  a profound and measurable impact on individuals and the surrounding community.
The Impact Survey is coordinated by the University of Washington Information School. You can support the library by accessing the web survey from the library computers or from the library website between August 7 and September 1.

The first time you access the option to take the survey should pop up in a separate screen.  If you wish to wait to take the survey at a later date, simply click on the button in the center of the web page to access the survey.

Many thanks to those who help us determine the impact of the computers and internet technology at the Mary Cotton Public Library.


Need help with the Kansas Driver’s Test?

Are you preparing to take the Kansas Driver’s Test and would like a little practice ……..Mary Cotton Library has partnered with to provide FREE ONLINE DMV permit practice tests for both car and motorcycle.       Click on the link to take you to the page where you will find the practice tests.   Similar questions to the Kansas Driver’s Permit tests are available to prepare and test yourself.

In addition, the site provides information on test locations what to take to the test site and how to renew your Kansas Driver’s license.

The official Kansas Driver Handbook is also available for downloading and can be printed for offline reading and study.