I miss the Virtual Catalog! How come I can’t use the Virtual Catalog anymore?
The Commonwealth Catalog has replaced the Virtual Catalog and can be used to search for and request materials that you can not find or are unavailable in CLAMS.
I can’t find the item I am looking for in CLAMS, how can I see if other Massachusetts library networks have the item?
The Commonwealth Catalog can be used to search for and request items that you can not find or are unavailable in CLAMS.
CLAMS just made it easier to access the catalog and your library account on mobile devices.
CLAMS now offers “AirPac” a new mobile catalog interface for smartphones. On your smartphone, use a browser (Safari, Chrome, etc.) and search library.clamsnet.org. It will automatically use the mobile interface, no need to download an app. You still have the option to select the full-screen version, but the mobile interface is much easier to read on smartphones — it is simplified for the small screen.
CLAMS continues to offer the Boopsie app an as alternate mobile catalog.
Welcome to the new look CLAMS webpage. Find our latest titles, catalog search tips, featured historical digital collections and a CLAMS-wide events calendar. We hope you enjoy your visit.
Join CLAMS’ mobile community now to place materials on hold, renew borrowed items, find CLAMS libraries and hours, and download e-books, e-audio and video through Overdrive in one step. The mobile app has a great new way to search: just type the first couple of letters of words. To find titles by James Patterson simply type ” ja pat”.
Use your mobile device to scan the ISBN bar code of any book in a store and the CLAMS Libraries mobile app will automatically scan the CLAMS catalog for the title and place a hold on it if it is in the collection. The CLAMS Libraries mobile app provides instant information anytime
More information about CLAMS and your mobile device.