Special Notice – Accessing E-Books
If you want to borrow or reserve an e-book, it will be easier if you do this directly through the ePukapuka site rather than the library catalogue.
 
If you do want to borrow or reserve an e-book you have found on our catalogue you will need to follow the instructions in the library catalogue carefully, which will involve you signing in and searching twice for the item.
 
We are working closely with IT people and the providers of our e-book service to simplify this and will notify library customers via this website and the library catalogue site wls.kotui.org.nz
 
 
Reserves
If you have placed a reserve for a book can you please contact your library to make sure the reserve is still active.
 
The transfer of data from our old system to the new one has meant some (not all) reserves have not transferred properly.
 
 
Thank you for your patience as we iron out these wrinkles in our new system. We hope it won’t be too disruptive. The staff are only too happy to answer any questions you may have so don’t hesitate to ask.


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