It is possible that you have your Content Advisor enabled in this situation which isn't allowing you to easily move between the catalog pages after you've logged in. To disable your Content Advisor: Go to Tools (top of the window), then select Internet Options Under Internet Options, click on the...
Library cards expire so that we have the opportunity to review your card and make sure all contact information is correct and that the account is in good standing.  
To perform any of these actions, you must first log in to your online library card account. Within your library card account you can see the items you have checked out, the items you have on hold, and the fines you have accrued.
This message appears if you have reached the limit on the number of holds you can have. Currently holds are limited to 20 for resident patron types.
To keep track of what you've requested to have delivered to your home, log in to your library card account. (If you have questions about logging in, view "How do I log in to my online library card account?") If you have any items on hold you will see a link indicating the number of holds. Click on...
Fee Payment Follow these steps to pay your fines online using a credit card:
To see how much you owe in fines, you will need to log in to your online library card account. (For instructions on logging in to your account, view "How do I log in to my online library card account?") After you've logged in, if you have any fines you will see a link that states "Unpaid fines and...
The @Kindle.com email address is not compatible with the Library notification system. In order to receive email notices from the Library, please use a valid personal or work email address.
After you have logged into your account, you will notice a "Change Email" button. Selecting this button opens a box in which you can enter (or change) your e-mail address. The new e-mail address will be added to your record after you click Submit. If there is a change in your address or telephone...
There are several things to consider: Is the database listed as being accessible remotely? Are you a reciprocal borrower (and therefore not given access to online databases remotely)? Are you entering your library card number correctly? (P-zero, not P-letter "oh")? If none of that resolves the...
We understand that many patrons like to know which items from their Checked Out list cannot be renewed so they can plan to read (or listen or view) these items first. The only way to know if an item can be renewed is by attempting the renewal process. All items on your list can be renewed at one...
Renewals Library cardholders may renew their own materials online. All material may be renewed except for materials with reserves and materials on which you owe fines. The option to renew items is easily accessed through your library card account online.
My Reading History creates a list of the material you’ve previously checked out from the Orange County Library System for your personal reference. My Reading History is maintained as part of your account and can be turned on or off by you. Learn more about this feature.
Are you having trouble viewing your checked-out items because you're having trouble logging in to your online library card account? Follow these instructions to login: From the catalog homepage or Library Web site, click on "Log in to My Account". Enter your name, library card number, and PIN....
Items listed under “items currently checked out” are sorted by default by check-out date. This list can appear to be random depending on the type of format of the items checked out (book or DVD) or if something has been renewed. You should see a button titled “Sort by Due Date” just above the...

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