New features include easier navigation and consolidated search functions

Knox County Public Library is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. Featuring a more intuitive design that better integrates online services, library patrons will now be able to manage their books, music, and downloads all in one place. The integrated search component of the new website now returns results on most of the library’s resources including the McClung Digital Collection of historic photos and documents.
With the new website comes a new address: The current URL will be redirected to the new site, but the library encourages patrons to bookmark the new address.
New features include: 
  • A discovery layer on the catalog with improved recommendations and curated book lists
  • Easier and more streamlined navigation
  • Pre-filtered and more accessible subject knowledge resources
  • Ability to maintain personal reading history and lists
  • Access to a patron’s library card bar code which can be used to check out materials
  • Updated calendar for events and programs
“We are really excited to launch this new website for our library patrons. It’s a much more powerful site that better showcases the Library’s impressive resources,” commented Mayor Glenn Jacobs. “Now, the public can better see everything the library has to offer.”