Use the resources in the Digital Library to renew your books, pay your fines, find eBooks, access scholarly journal articles, learn a new language, and more!
To access to your online PINES account
Download the PINES app to your phone or mobile device to renew your books, search for items, place materials on hold, and even keep track of the books you've read!
The app also keeps a digital copy of your library card so you can check out with your phone!
If prompted, select Roddenbery Memorial Library, and choose Georgia Download Destination (GADD).
eBooks for Kids
The Cairo Messenger - Archives Online
Historic copies of the Cairo Messenger from the years 1904 - 1950 are now available online through the Digital Library of Georgia. .
They Endure: Oral History Collection
Explore our searchable archive of interviews with African American residents of Grady County created in the 1980's.
Cairo, My Home Town
Freelance filmmaker Sol Landsman profiled the South Georgia town of Cairo, Georgia in 1947.
Grady County Inquirer was a news paper from the 2000's
Links to list of interviews with residents from Whigham, Cairo, and Grady County.
Scholarly Journal Articles and Databases
Use GALILEO to access scholarly journal articles, genealogy resources, language learning software, and more.
To access GALILEO from home, log into your PINES account using your library card number and pin. For assistance, please contact the library.
This new library resource includes 121 topics for 175 countries. Starting with a country snapshot and cultural overview, topics include: climate; food and recipes; history; language; maps; money and much more. AtoZ World Culture includes teaching tools and lesson plans for educators.
Use MANGO languages to learn over 70 languages and dialects. This self paced platform makes learning easy. Click the link to login.
Niche Academy is special collection of resources including legal documents and genealogical databases.
Download the app, click on the map, choose black and white, or color. Send your prints to the library from home, the office, or anywhere. Copies are .25 a page for black and white, and .50 a page for color.
Databases include: Value of a Dollar (the 1700's - 2019); Working Americans, 12 volumes portraying a different group of working Americans by social class, ages, and occupations decade by decade since the 1800's through historical documents and personal stories; and current event topics. Login with your library card.