Written on: July 8th, 2012 by: cathay in Q & A's
Q: “How can I keep track of everything I’ve borrowed (read, watched and listened to) from the library? Does the library keep a list?”
The Permanent List feature that is provided through the Delaware Library Catalog is a handy way to personally keep track of items you have borrowed, or would like to borrow in the future. You have control of the lists you create and can organize these to suit your needs.
That’s all there is to it! You are on your way to creating lists of items you’d like to read, watch, and listen to in the future, or ones that you have checked out and want to remember.
You also asked if the library keeps a list. Libraries are dedicated to patron privacy, so after you return items and there are no fines or fees attached to these, they are eliminated from your library account. So permanent lists offer a way for you to privately keep track of items you have read, watched, and listened to as well as those you may be interested in enjoying in the future, privately and securely.
If you ever need any help finding reliable information, please feel free to ask a Delaware librarian, anytime! You can do this in person at your local library, or online through our Ask a Librarian Delaware virtual reference service at:
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