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New And Improved Online System For Meath Library Members

Meath County Council Library Service has introduced a new online library system for members. Launched on March 29th, the new system has a great new look and works really well on mobile phones and tablets. Readers can now get recommendations based on their reading history and browse the collections, including ebooks, e-audiobooks and digital magazines. Parents can see and renew their family loans through one account. And members will be able to renew their own membership online for the first time. 

Library members can access the new system at

Launching the new online service for Meath readers,  Cllr. Seán Drew, Cathaoirleach of Meath County Council said, “we’re delighted to be able to offer this new and improved online library system. Our aim is to provide the very best services we can, both in our branches and online.”

Director of Service, Barry Lynch added, “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.”

If you’re not already a library member, you can join online or in a library branch and you’ll have access to your new online account straight away.

All library members can borrow up to 12 items at a time, and choose from a catalogue of 12 million items.

Library members can also instantly borrow and download eBooks and eAudiobooks using the library’s Borrowbox app.

Access to online newspapers and magazines is also available through the PressReader and Libby apps.

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Source: Meath County Council

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