More Convenient Log In on WILBOR

More Convenient Log In on WILBOR

If you're a frequent WILBOR user you may have noticed a change in the way you identify which library you are logging in from when checking out a book.  Instead of choosing from a long list of libraries, you can now just start to type in the name of the library you'd like to log in to.

Of course, if you don't fee like typing and would like to scroll through the entire list of libraries, you still have that option by clicking on the View Full List link below the search box.

One notable exception to the new log in style is for mobile users (Ipads, Kindle Fires, smart phones, etc.). The mobile version of the WILBOR site still uses the old log in style.  But, do not despair!  We have it on good authority that the log in change for mobile devices is in the pipeline.

- Cfp: Presentations For Lita Mobile Computing Ig Meeting At Ala Annual 2011
CFP: Presentations for LITA Mobile Computing IG meeting at ALA Annual 2011 Call for Participation: LITA Mobile Computing IG meeting June 23, Sunday, 10:30 am ? 12pm. The LITA Mobile Computing IG seeks 4-5 short presentations (15 minutes)...

- Library Ebooks: Coming To Your Kindle In 2011!
UPDATE 9/21/11:  Kindle Library Lending is here!  More Details  ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Did you see the Amazon announcement this week about the "Launch of Library Lending...

- Can I Read An Ebook From The Library On My Kindle?
Not yet, but you will be able to soon! April 22, 2011 - This week Amazon announced that they are working with OverDrive to allow Library eBooks to be read on the Kindle! December 7, 2010 - OverDrive released a Wireless App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch...

- New And Improved!
Zinio for Libraries Zinio for Libraries Mobile App ? Read magazines on 95% of today's mobile devices! Ipad          Iphone     Android          Kindle Fire/HD/HDX Current Issues...

- Tumblebooks Arrives At Opl
The Ottumwa Public Library recently subscribed to a new service for the community called, ?TumbleBooks.?  Through TumbleBooks patrons will now be able to go to the library?s website 24/7 and read children?s e-books, play learning games and have books...