To track your borrowing or reading history.
- Log in to My Account.
- From the My Settings page, go to the Borrowing History page.
- Click the setting to turn it on.
Check out eBook services compatible with Amazon Kindle. You can also get the App URL by clicking "View available apps " link under each service on that page.
Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) allows you to access your library account.If you registered for a new library card before February 17, 2016 your default PIN is the the last 4 digits of your phone number.If you have forgotten your PIN, please complete a PIN reset.
You can receive both email and SMS notifications about your account.
To receive email notifications about your account, do the following:
- Log in to your account.
- On the menu, click My Settings.
- On the My Settings page, find the Account Information section.
- Go to the Email Address page.
- In the Email field, enter email address you want to use.
- Click Save Changes.
- Once you have entered a new address, a confirmation email will be sent to you.
- Your change will take effect only after you have responded to the confirmation message.
SMS (text) Notifications
SMS is possible with the catalog using a "back-end" activation method.
- Log in to the back-end account management site: https://cpalo.iii.com/patroninfo
- Go to the Modify Personal Information page.
- In the pop-up window, enter a mobile phone number if one is not already present, and select the opt-In checkbox for SMS.
- Click the Submit button at the bottom of the page to save your changes.
- Following this, you will receive a verification text message from the notification system.
- Reply YES to this message to begin receiving alerts.
Temporary library accounts are available through an online registration form. It is important to note these temporary accounts do not provide complete access to everything we offer.
For complete access you will need to upgrade to a permanent card. Visit the Get a Library Card page for details.
Check out eBook services compatible with Android devices. You can also get the App URL by clicking "View available apps " link under each service on that page.
Chances are, yes! But depending on the eBook file format, it may take a few extra steps to upload the eBook to your device.
While many Amazon Kindle devices support specific eBook apps that use your library card, these apps have limited support with certain Kindle versions. If your Kindle supports the app version, that's your best option.
Also know that it's possible to convert open eBook formats like .epub into a file format your Kindle can read, like .mobi or .kindle, and most .pdf files can be uploaded directly to your Kindle.
Yes. Our web printing option works from home or while you're at the library using a laptop or other personal device.
Follow these easy steps to get started.
- Choose a library to pick up your print from the list below. This allows you to print to any public printer within that specific library
- After clicking the link, you will be taken to a page with instructions, pictured below. Follow the steps on that page to submit your document.
- After submitting your document, a Job Reference # will display
- Bring your Job Reference # and email address to any Print & Pay Station at the selected library to print.
For more ways to print, see our other printing FAQs.