Placer County Library launches redesigned website to enhance access to digital materials, early literacy programs and more
Published Oct. 3, 2023
The Placer County Library launched a modernized website today with streamlined navigation, enhanced search capabilities, and improved access to digital resources and materials.
The newly designed website boasts a more modern look with greater visibility of key resources and highlights the Library Services Department’s calendar of events, as well as new pages dedicated to educators, early literacy, and recommendations for “what to read next.”
“Modernizing our website is a significant step forward in the library’s mission to best serve Placer County’s information needs in the digital age,” said Library Services Director Mary George. “It’s a reflection of our commitment to making library resources accessible to everyone, anywhere and at any time.”
Navigating the site is simple and mobile-friendly, with searchable catalogs and easy-to-find buttons that click to the library’s online applications like Libby, Kanopy, LinkedIn Learning and more. Website upgrades also address findings from the 2020-21 Grand Jury report that recommended the library update services via user friendly and accessible technology.
A feedback button allows library customers to suggest new features, report technical issues, or let staff know if customers are having difficulty finding materials.
Check out the new library website at its familiar URL: http://www.placer.ca.gov/library.