Access Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service (CCRLS) resources & services from your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Search the catalog; manage your account, holds & renewals; discover & download ebooks. CCRLS includes libraries in Marion, Polk & Yamhill counties of Oregon: Amity, Dallas, Dayton (Mary Gilkey Library), Falls City, Independence, Jefferson, Lyons, McMinnville, Monmouth, Mount Angel, Newberg, Salem, Sheridan, Silverton (Silver Falls Library District), Stayton, Willamina, Woodburn & Chemeketa Community College Library.
Various fixes and enhancements.
Ratings and Reviews
Needs More Filters
I like most features on this app but it needs more filter options. As far as I can tell it only allows you to search format, fields, and location (this means only ebooks or regular catalog). I like being able to filter library location. I also miss being able to text myself the information like you can on the website.
Other than that, I love that I can link my whole family’s accounts and renew so easily.
Love this app!
I manage my Salem Public Library account with this app: Reserve books and materials, renew, search. Between this app and having signed up to receive email notices of upcoming book return due dates and holds, I rarely accrue overdue fines and am able to quickly and easily reserve and check out books from other libraries in the CCRLS system through my local Salem library. (Using the app on an iPhone 6 with the most recent iOS version.)
I was excited to get this update. The last version had really been useless in terms of searching for books. For example, on the old version I searched for “Yoda” and it came up with 11 results. The updated version came up with a 1100 AND finally ways to filter them. (I would still love to see a filter for genre, like nonfiction, children’s, etc.).
You can also now scan in your library card. Your account settings also shows your holds and ebooks from Libby.
Thanks for the update! I’m looking forward to using it. Now hopefully I’ll be able to control my fines.
Update on the update: I just saw that it has a place where your library barcode pops up so you can scan it at the library. Awesome!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.