Over the last couple of months, FLLS has been making layout changes to our website to better organize our information and provide access to services for both member libraries and patrons.
A new link on the main menu at the top of the page, “For the Public,” has replaced the “Search Catalog” and “Databases” links. The “For the Public” link will take you to a page that summarizes our services such as OverDrive, Ask Us 24/7, Hoopla, and Zinio (soon to be renamed RBDigital). Additional information for databases and other services will be added to that page as we move forward.
If you want to skip the “For the Public” page, the dropdown menu still has direct links to our most popular services, including those listed above, along with LearningExpress, Mango Languages, and the PowerPAC catalog.
We’ve also added a new PowerPAC search box at the top of the page. You can search for a title, author, or description across all formats or choose from the top 10 popular formats in the dropdown menu. Once in the catalog, you can customize your search even further.
The links under “For the Public” are replacing the graphic links on the side of our homepage, making them more accessible no matter where you are on our website. Those graphic links on the homepage will be phased out and replaced with our Twitter feed, allowing us to better promote the activities of our member libraries and share interesting facts, links, and events on social media.