A SWFLN Reciprocal Borrowing sticker on your library card facilitates your obtaining borrowing privileges at these participating SWFLN libraries:
Ave Maria University
Charlotte County Library System
Collier County Public Library
DeSoto County Library
Glades County Public Libary
Hardee County Public Library
Highlands County Library System
Okeechobee County Public Library
Florida Gulf Coast University Library
Florida SouthWestern State College
Fort Myers Beach Public Library
Hendry County Library Cooperative
Keiser University – Ft Myers
Keiser University – Naples
Lee County Library System
Monroe County Public Library
Sanibel Public Library
Southern Technical College
St. Johns County Public Library System
For more information about how your library can participate, contact your library or SWFLN.
May I check-out materials from the libraries listed here?
Yes, if you are in “good standing” with the participating libraries.
What do I need to do?
If your local library is a participating site, simply visit them and ask for a SWFLN sticker to be affixed to your library card. These stickers are valid for the calendar year.
Next, present your library card with the SWFLN sticker at any participating library and you’ll be eligible to receive a borrowing card for that library.
Loss of Materials and Fines
Lost materials, fees, and fines are the responsibility of the patron. The library owning the materials involved will take normal methods of retrieving materials and collecting money.
What is SWFLN?
SWFLN is a non-profit 501(c)3 Multitype Library Cooperative serving Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Hendry, Lee, and Monroe Counties. Libraries of all types are SWFLN members – public libraries (including one tribal library system), academic, school, and special libraries.
Our mission is to encourage interlibrary cooperation, to facilitate resource sharing, and to provide opportunities for professional growth among all types of libraries and library staff and library volunteers. In support of that mission, SWFLN libraries have established this reciprocal borrowing project, an interlibrary loan and delivery system, and a strong program of cutting edge technology training.