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Library's e-book program upgraded

Published on -10/11/2013, 10:01 AM

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The Hays Public Library's Sunflower eLibrary received an upgrade recently. Patrons now are able to renew borrowed e-book titles on the Sunflower eLibrary if no other users are on hold for that title.

The renew option becomes available on a user's Bookshelf three days before the title is scheduled to expire. The feature has been requested by many community members.

Additionally, users only can renew a title one time, a high-contrast option for visually impaired users is available, and minor bug fixes will be addressed.

For more on the free e-book program, visit www.hayspublib.org.

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