While ORL locations & book drops may be closed until further notice, library staff are here for you online & by phone!
Email: email@example.com | Chat from website: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 9AM-5PM, Tuesday: 9AM-7PM, Saturday: 11AM-3PM (PT) | Phone: 1-844-649-8127, Monday to Saturday, 10AM-5PM (PT).
Easy and friendly searching to find what you are looking for fast! Place requests, renew titles, and manage your account. Rate books, add comments and book reviews, and make reading lists that you can share with other library members.
Registering Your Library Card in the Catalogue and Choosing a Username
First time using the Catalogue? Complete a quick sign-up process.
Review your Settings
Learn how to make your Lists and Shelves private and how to share as much or as little as you want!
Visit http://help.bibliocommons.com for help with the following topics:
Placing and pausing your hold requests
Or, email firstname.lastname@example.org
You will need your PIN code to register to use the Catalogue, and to sign in to manage your account and to request or renew items. You would have created a PIN code when you first received your library card.
If your email address is associated with your library account, you can reset your PIN code online, https://orl.bibliocommons.com/user/forgot.
Or, visit your nearest library branch and ask for staff assistance. For security reasons, staff cannot provide PIN codes over the phone or by email.
If you haven’t yet registered to use this Catalogue, follow the instructions below for the Former Catalogue for how retrieve your PIN code.
You can also search for items, place holds and manage your account from this catalogue, but will not be able to add book reviews, share recommendation lists, or connect with other library members.
How do I...?
Quick tips on how to renew titles, manage your hold requests, and search for items.
If your email address is associated with your library account, you can request your PIN code online, http://ipac.orl.bc.ca/polaris/logon.aspx?forgotPassword=1.