Online Public Library Catalog (OPAC)
What is a Library Catalog?
A Library Catalog is a searchable online list of materials that you can borrow from the library. Library materials can be in the form of print or digital books, audiobooks, movies, music CD's, magazines, or newspapers. With the Upland Public Library's Online Library Catalog, you can search for material, renew books, view your account information, and even place a book on hold.
To access the Upland Public Library's Online Library Catalog (OPAC), click on the "Search Catalog/Renew Items" link in the sidebar. You can search our catalog without logging in to your account. However, if you would like to view your account information, renew material, or place books on hold, you will need to login to "My Account" first.
How do I log in? What is my PIN?
Click on the red "Search Catalog/Renew Items" button above.
- Select "Login/Register" from the "My Account" pull-down menu.
- Type your 14-digit Upland Public Library card number and personal identification number (PIN).
- Click the "Login" button.
- After you log in, you will be able to set up a personalized username, which you may use to logi in, instead of your library card number.
Library Card Number: Enter your 14-digit library card number with no spaces.
PIN: The default PIN is the last 4 digits of your phone number on record at the library.
Library E-mail Notifications
What is an e-mail notification?
An e-mail notification is an optional way for you to be notified that items you have checked out are overdue and items you have requested be held for you have arrived for pick-up. Please be aware that this service replaces paper notices. If you are unable to check your email regularly, this service may not be right for you.
When will my e-mail notices be sent?
E-mail notices are automatically delivered by our system between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. each morning. E-mail reminders and overdue notices will run everyday the Library is open. Hold notices will run Monday through Thursday.
Why am I not receiving my e-mail notifications?
If you are not receiving your e-mail notifications from the Library, it is possible that your e-mail provider designates Library notices as “junk mail” and sends these to a junk mail folder.
Can I have e-mail notices sent to my child's (under 18) account?
Yes, but your child must have you present with your photo I.D. to change their account to email.