Tipperary County Council Library Service launches new online system


Tipperary County Council Library Service today launched a new online system.

The new system offers a range of services to members.

Members can order, reserve and manage borrowed items as well as receive recommendations.

For the first time, members can renew their membership online.

The new system also works on mobile phones and tablets.

Tipperary County Council’s Cathaoirleach Cllr Marie Murphy said she was ‘delighted’ to launch the new service in Tipperary.

“We are delighted to be able to offer this new and improved online library system to library members. The library service aims to provide the best possible services, both in branches and online,” said Cllr Murphy.

The library is open to new members, and those wishing to join can do so online or in branch.

Members can borrow 12 items at a time from a catalog of 12 million.

E-books and audiobooks are available on Borrowbox, as well as online magazines and newspapers on the PressReader and Libby apps.

“The new online service is a huge improvement and reflects what libraries are all about – offering a modern, efficient service that looks great and makes it easier than ever to find the items you want to borrow,” Cllr Murphy.

Events and news from Tipperary Libraries can be found on the Tipperary County Council Library Service social media pages.


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