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Mississauga Library Launches Innovative Mobile App and Catalogue Upgrade

Mississauga, ON  — Mississauga Library has taken a giant leap into the future of library services with the launch of its revamped catalogue and cutting-edge mobile app. The move comes as part of the library’s ongoing commitment to enhancing user experience through technological innovation.

The upgraded catalogue boasts a plethora of new features aimed at simplifying the search process for library users. With smarter search capabilities and advanced filters, finding desired materials has never been easier. Whether it’s an audiobook, an e-book, or a traditional print version, all available formats are now conveniently displayed together in a single record, streamlining the selection process.

Moreover, the catalogue introduces novel ways for patrons to discover new titles, including curated lists of award winners, bestsellers, and personalized recommendations tailored to individual preferences. The addition of social features allows users to rate and review titles, add custom tags for easier discovery, and create and share lists of book recommendations, fostering a sense of community among readers and learners.

In tandem with the catalogue upgrade, Mississauga Library has rolled out a state-of-the-art mobile app, available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store. The app mirrors the features of the catalogue while offering additional functionalities designed to meet the demands of today’s tech-savvy library users. Patrons can now manage multiple library accounts seamlessly, utilize a digital library barcode for convenience, and employ ISBN barcode searching for swift finds. An upcoming feature for item checkout is expected to further streamline the borrowing process, making it more efficient than ever before.

The launch of the upgraded catalogue and mobile app represents a significant milestone in Mississauga Library’s digital transformation journey. By leveraging technology to improve accessibility, convenience, and user engagement, the library is not only keeping pace with the digital age but also setting new standards for library services in the Greater Toronto Area.

For further information about Mississauga Library or to download the new mobile app, visit today.

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Alwin Marshall-Squire

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