So just what does that plastic card with the Upper Moreland Free Public Library name on it do for you?
With a library card, you can do all the things you’re used to and then some: check out books, magazines, DVDs, CDs and video games; order materials from other MCLINC libraries; use our public internet computers; download audiobooks and ebooks; and access subscription databases for the information you need.
Library patrons with a valid library card may access their library records from their own computers. Access requires that a patron register a password at a MCLINC-member library or remotely from the LIBRARY CATALOG and PATRON ACCOUNTS icon on the home page. Once you have your password, you may:
- access information about your account, such as fines owed;
- place requests for materials;
- see what materials you have checked out;
- renew your library materials;
- keep an electronic history of the books you have checked out.
Some of these services may not be available to you if you have overdue materials or owe fines. For information about obtaining a password and how you may access your personal library account, see our staff at the check out desk.
Click the first link below to do any of the above, or follow the other links for more information.