Richland library to close for software upgrades

By the Tri-City HeraldMay 5, 2013 

The Richland Public Library will close Monday through Thursday so it can switch to new software.

The software, called Evergreen, will help library users find materials and help library staff manage, catalog and circulate the materials, a city news release said. "Library users will notice a different look to the catalog and will be able to manage their accounts easier and have more options available to them," the news release said.

"During these closed days, the catalog, Overdrive and Freegal will be unavailable, but the website, Zinio and databases will still be accessible from home," the news release said.

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