North Olympic Library System upgrades its online catalog

PORT ANGELES — The North Olympic Library System will transition to a new catalog system Tuesday morning, and access to the catalog may be limited or unavailable during the transition, personnel said.

NOLS — which oversees libraries in Port Angeles, Sequim, Forks and Clallam Bay — said that new features of the upgraded catalog include:

• Easier discovery of new books through browsable displays and more powerful search options.

• Display of all available formats for a single title in a single place.

• Ability to check out and access e-books, e-audiobooks and digital magazines directly from the catalog.

• Integration of other electronic resources, such as Overdrive or Hoopla.

• Reading recommendations and ratings.

Current checkouts, holds and saved lists will still be accessible from the new catalog.

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