Access the library catalogue
You can access the library catalogue and renewals service online. For more information about the site please look at the guide for library users. If you have any questions about the new catalogue please email email@example.com.
The library catalogue helps you to find and reserve books, CDs, talking books, music scores, DVDs and more from all Wiltshire libraries.
You can also use the library catalogue to check your personal information, renew your library books and browse reading lists. After you have read a book you can leave a review about it for other library customers.
You can search the catalogue by author, title or keyword.
What you need to do
To place a reservation, renew your books or write a review you will need to log into the library catalogue, to do this you will need to enter your library card number (with no spaces) and PIN*.
Wiltshire studies catalogue
All Wiltshire libraries have collections of material about the county, and much of this can be borrowed. There is a large reference collection at Salisbury Library and the main collection is held in the Wiltshire Studies Library at the History Centre in Chippenham.
|Adult items from the Wiltshire collection||85p|
|Children's items from the Wiltshire collection||Free|
|Additional fee per item obtained from outside of the Wiltshire collection||£3.70|
|Photocopies from serials||£2.20|
|Renewal fee for British Library items||£2.40|
Where an item costs over £15 to source we will seek to recover cost above £15 in addition to above out of county charge, e.g. costs £16 to source, charge will be £3.70 plus £1. Customers will be contacted to advise them if this additional charge will be payable and to check they wish to proceed.
*PIN - (Personal Identification Number)
As a member of the library you can obtain a unique four digit PIN, which will allow you to access the library catalogue and a selection of online resources. If you don’t know your PIN, please email us your library card number, postcode and date of birth so that we can reply with your PIN or visit your local library, taking your library card with you.Follow @wiltslibraries
Last updated: 21 March 2014