We missed self-check almost as much as you, but today, it returns! Here are a few new things you'll need to know: 1) You'll need to have your library card to scan. There's no keypad to type in your number. Check-out will help you ( and tell you how much it helps us when you bring your card) if you don't have your card. 2) To print receipt, you'll need to "sign out." 3) You can now view and cancel your holds from self-check; and 4) You can now view your checked-out items AND renew materials. Pretty spiffy! Thanks for your patience.
Signed up for email notification? Watch for those courtesy (due soon!) and overdue notices coming from the address email@example.com. If you’re not seeing notices, check your spam filter or make sure they aren’t landing in your junk folder.
Trying to remember if you read that Amish romance murder mystery (with a red cover) already? If you'd like to keep track of what you've checked out, you can turn on Reading History in your account. If you turn this feature on, it will save any future items. Here's how you do it: Log into your account from the catalog. Select the Reading History tab on the left side of the screen. Click on "Save Reading History."
Mmm. The Secret Garden. A delicious book--moist and cakey on the inside with a vibrant frosting cover, and a wall of flowers climbing up the pages.
We've been hearing from many of you that you are not receiving notices. For some of you it may be a simple solution of adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book. But, we are also having problems with phone notifications and phone renewals.
If you are searching for Overdrive books in the catalog, we suggest that you use the Wisconsin Digital Library site. The information in the catalog is incorrect and incomplete. We'll let you know when that's fixed.