Category Archives: CLAMS Catalog

Announcing automatic renewals!

CLAMS libraries are pleased to announce that beginning November 12th, materials eligible to be renewed will be automatically extended another loan period up to three times. No more calling the library or hurrying in to return things! Exceptions are museum passes, express items, items on hold for other patrons, items already renewed three times, Interlibrary Loan materials or ebooks. Items that cannot be renewed may still accrue fines. Questions? Call your library for more information.

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#BigLibraryRead

November’s Big Library Read is now available on OverDrive with no waiting. We hope you enjoy this month’s book.

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The digital library is always open :
https://clamsnet.overdrive.com/

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CLAMS online services unavailable during software upgrade October 15/16

🚨ALERT! All CLAMS online catalogs will be offline from 9 PM on October 15th through the morning of October 16th, for a planned software upgrade.
Access to any service that requires your CLAMS login will be unavailable during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.🚨

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Limiting eBook access for libraries will hurt patrons

eBooks aren’t just a fad, they are especially useful for readers with challenges such as sight impairment, dyslexia, or those who can’t get to the library or physically hold a book . Please consider signing the American Libraries Association petition telling Macmillan publishing that limiting access to eBooks for libraries is the wrong move. You can read more about this and sign the petition by clicking the link.
https://p2a.co/fgcQkzV

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Read an eBook Day, Sept. 18th!

Be a part of Read an eBook Day by checking out your favorite ebook from your library. Join the conversation by sharing what you’re reading and stories about why you love ebooks and by using the hashtag #ebookLove on social media. Anyone who uses that hashtag on September 18th will automatically be entered into a drawing for a free Kobo reader and Libby swag.

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Congratulations to us!

Thanks Little, Brown Publishing!

“Your [network] has won free electronic editions of the complete published works of J. D. Salinger: The Catcher in the Rye, Nine Stories, Franny and Zooey, and Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour—An Introduction.

These four classic works became available as ebooks for the first time ever in August, as part of a yearlong celebration of the centennial of J. D. Salinger and his immeasurable contributions to literature. The titles will be added to your [OverDrive] collection on or before Tuesday, Sep. 13.”

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OverDrive Redesigns Login Page

OverDrive has redesigned their login page! You will now see a cleaner design that’s easier to use. The drop down menu also gives you the option to login with library cards from other locations in Massachusetts.

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CLAMS Libraries Closed for Independence Day


The library is always open online.
Check out eBooks, eAudios, and digital magazines from OverDrive

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Ever wonder what using your library is worth?

Use our handy calculator to find out.

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