Mission Library has new Social Catalogue

This refined feature allows you to get personalized reading recommendations

Join the Social Catalogue revolution.

Check out Fraser Valley Regional Library’s new catalogue, available at Mission Library, which allows you to contribute ratings/reviews, create favourite lists to share with others, get personalized recommendations and even catalogue your own home library.

To learn more, visit the library for a quick overview. Mission adds a new staff picks list each month. If you log into the new catalogue, you can choose to opt in and keep track of your reading history. Every book checked out on your account from that point forward is available on your profile. Only you can access this list and you may opt out and delete the list at any time.

The classic catalogue is still accessible, but be sure to check out the new catalogue. Demonstrations are available. Mission Library is located at 33247 Second Ave.

For more information, visit www.fvrl.bc.ca or phone 604-826-6610.

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