Choose your home library from the list below. If you do not have a home library, choose the Finger Lakes Library System.
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- Finger Lakes Library System
- Alternatives Library
- Apalachin Library
- Auburn (Seymour Library District)
- Aurora Free Library
- Berkshire Free Library
- Candor Free Library
- Cato (Stewart B. Lang Memorial Library)
- Cincinnatus (Kellogg Free Library)
- Cortland Free Library
- Dryden (Southworth Library Association)
- Fair Haven Public Library
- Groton Public Library
- Homer (Phillips Free Library)
- Interlaken Public Library
- Ithaca (Tompkins County Public Library)
- Lansing Community Library
- Lodi Whittier Library
- Marathon (Peck Memorial Library)
- McGraw (Lamont Memorial Free Library)
- Moravia (Powers Library)
- Newark Valley (Tappan-Spaulding Memorial Library)
- Newfield Public Library
- Nichols (George P. & Susan Platt Cady Library)
- Ovid (Edith B. Ford Memorial Library)
- Owego (Coburn free Library)
- Poplar Ridge (Hazard Library)
- Port Byron Library
- Seneca Falls Library
- Spencer Library
- Trumansburg (Ulysses Philomathic Library)
- Union Springs (Springport Free Library)
- Waterloo Library
- Waverly Free Library
- Weedsport Free Library
Why choose my home library?
Choosing your home library will allow you to place holds on materials that may have lending restrictions limiting them to the library that owns the material. Most often these are new books. By identifying yourself to your home library you will be able to place holds on new material.
Will I need to enable cookies in my web browser?
Yes, you will need to enable cookies in your web browser.
I’m not seeing summaries and reviews from the “more info” page.
When you click on “more info” from a search results screen you should see a window open with links for small, medium and large cover images, summaries, chapter excerpts and reviews. If you click on any of those links but do not see a new window with the requested info it may be due to pop-up blocker software.
Internet Explorer v 6.0 with Windows XP has a pop-up blocker as do newer versions of Netscape, Firefox and Opera. You can also install pop-up blockers with Google Toolbar and similar programs.
If your pop-up blocking software allows you to add exceptions, please add syndetics.com. In Internet Explorer click on Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy. At the bottom of the window in the Pop-up Blocker area click the Settings button. Type *.syndetics.com in the “Address of Web site to allow:” box and click the Add button. Click Close and Okay. That should allow you access to the summaries and other links from the more info window.
You can also temporarily disable pop-up blocking software while browsing the PowerPAC catalog.
What web browsers are compatible with PowerPAC?
If a browser is not on the Supported Browsers list assume that it is not supported.
The Finger Lakes Library System’s on-line catalog, PowerPAC, is powered by Polaris.