October Newsletter 4 click here to view our October Newsletter.
In 2011 we converted from our old catalog, Athena, to a new product called Atriuum. You’ll notice a completely different look and we hope before long you’ll find it both easier to navigate and full of useful (and fun!) information.
You can take a look by following the link to the left. (The first thing you’ll notice is that our collection is no longer divided between Adult and Children. Everything’s in one collection.) You can log onto your own record by clicking on “My Items” and then logging into your patron information. To log in you will use your last name and patron ID number (on your card). Call if you don’t know your number or if you have any problems at all!
You can now both renew and reserve online. If, after searching for a title you find it’s checked out, scroll down to “Location information ” and there you will find the item’s due date. Reserve it there. After reserving, go back to My Items and you will see where you are on the reserve list.
The Fogg Library offers passes to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Science, Strawbery Banke, Historic New England, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire, and the Seacoast Science Center. Please click here to find out more.
The Fogg Library is a subscriber to a state-wide program offering downloadable audios and, since November 2010, E-books as well, through Overdrive. Simply go to download.maineinfonet.org and have your library card ready to access a huge selection of audiobooks.
And, thanks to the efforts of Eliot resident Dave Emery, our wireless signal is strong throughout the library.