Friday, October 24, 2014

Pima County Library Rolling Out A New Website Nov 19th

(TUCSON, Ariz.) Rediscover how awesome your library is when the Pima County Public Library’s new website launches on Wednesday, Nov. 19
Redesigned with features suggested by our own customers, the new site highlights the Library’s collections, services, programs, and yes…books! Although the website is still being developed, you can get a sneak peekright now and let us know what you think. The current site will be up until Nov. 19

New Features
·         Searching for books, eBooks, DVDs, music, and anything else is easier than ever.
·         Check out eBooks and eAudiobooks directly from our catalog using Overdrive.
·         Rate, review, and comment on what you’ve read, listened to, or watched.
·         Add quotes from your favorite books and DVDs.
·         Create lists and browse lists from other customers.
·         Save items to read later and track what you’ve already read.
How to get started
1. Take a look at our new website FAQs.
2. Register your library card on the new site.
3. Need a library card? Visit any of our libraries, and we’ll help you sign up for one. It’s free.

We’re excited about our new website, and we hope you are, too. In FY 13-14, PCPL had over 4.3 million visitson our website.
About Pima County Public LibraryThe Pima County Public Library (PCPL), which is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, enriches lives and builds community through opportunities to learn, know, interact and grow. With 27 public libraries serving nearly one million people in Tucson and the surrounding communities of Arivaca, Green Valley, Sahuarita, South Tucson, Ajo, Marana, Oro Valley and Catalina, PCPL provides a wide range of free services that contribute to the economic development of the community.  For more information, visit or call 520-791-4010.

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