Monthly Archives: January 2018

Paying Fees and Fines Online @ SCDL

SCDL Mobile App  Did you know you can pay your fines and fees totaling more than $1 online?

Paying your Fee or Fine can be done online using your SCDL online account and a credit card.

  1. Select My Account My SCDL account
  2. Log in to your SCDL online account using your library card number and pin.

Account Log In

3. Select Fines/Fees from the menu on the left of the screen.

fines and fees

4. Select Pay Online.


5. Enter your card information select Continue to finalize the process.

card information

You may still visit any SCDL location to pay any fines or fees if you rather to pay in person.

Continue watching for new blogs regarding the benefits your SCDL online account has in store for you.



Google Movie Maker

Did you know that you could make a short movie with Google Photos. It can only be done with an Android phone or tablet, but this has me excited. So, not only am I able to edit my photos that I take using Google Photos, I am now able to use those same photos to make a short movie with music and photos.

Image result for google photo movie

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app  
  2. Sign in to your Google Account
  3. At the bottom, tap Assistant
  4. At the top, tap Movie
  5. Select photos or videos you want in the movie
  6. At the top right, tap Create
  7. To add a title, at the top, tap Untitled
  8. For Music, tap Music
  9. For Themes, tap Themes
  10. To Remove or reorder clips, tap Edit
  11. When you’re done editing, tap Done

*For any Google Support questions, is a great place to start.

Make a fun and free New Year’s resolution with Mango Languages

A screenshot of the calendar for Mango’s 31 Days of Language challenge. You can also follow Mango on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram to receive the challenges each day.

If you’re looking for a fun, free, and achievable New Year’s resolution, consider checking out Mango Languages and taking their 31 Days of Language challenge. Mango is encouraging its users to start learning a new language and complete an activity in the language they’re learning each day in the month of January.

We’re already a few days into the New Year, but it’s not too late to start. You can access Mango from our website under the Databases A-Z page or simply click this link. After authenticating with your library card number, you can access Mango anywhere.

Mango Languages is a language learning service provided by the Stark County District Library to its patrons free-of-charge. It offers courses designed to help build conversational skills in 72 different languages. You can find more information about the 31 Days of Language challenge on Mango’s blog.