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The Suburban Library Cooperative has a new mobile app!

February 1, 2019, Sterling Heights, Michigan – The Suburban Library Cooperative is excited to announce the availability of their new intuitive mobile app, SLC Libraries Mobile. Available for iOS and Android, this app makes it easy to use the library even if the user is not physically in the library.

SLC Libraries Mobile makes it easy to digitally browse the libraries’ collections, get details on items, make a selection, check out or place a hold for later pickup, and even renew items previously checked out. eBooks can be checked out too with the touch of a button. The app’s location finder also lets users find the location and operating hours of the nearest library location. Comprehensive account management is built in too, including the ability to place and renew holds, view/pay fines and fees, and for families, members can link together digital library cards to easily manage multiple accounts.

“The new SLC Libraries Mobile app provides our member libraries’ patrons with a new way to access their local library, and enhances their user experience by making it more convenient,” states Tammy Turgeon, Director, Suburban Library Cooperative.

“Patrons are able to read ebooks directly through the app or listen to audiobooks by downloading them or opening the Overdrive app,” says Chris Frezza, Head of Systems. “We are very excited to provide this new service for patrons that use mobile devices.”

If you are interested in downloading the Suburban Library Cooperative’s new app, search for SLC Libraries Mobile in your app store today. If you need assistance downloading the app, please contact your local library and a staff member will be happy to guide you through the process.

The SLC Libraries Mobile app is available for the following libraries: Armada, Center Line, Chesterfield Township, Eastpointe, Fraser, Harper Woods, Lenox, Lois Wagner (Richmond), MacDonald (New Baltimore), Mount Clemens, Ray Township, Romeo, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, Shelby Township, Sterling Heights, Utica, and Warren.

The Suburban Library Cooperative is a network of public libraries in the Macomb County area that has joined together to secure services which can be performed more effectively and economically as a group. Established in 1978 under Michigan Public Act 89 of 1977, the Cooperative assists member libraries in a variety of ways in their efforts to better serve the public. Services provided to the member libraries include a shared automation system, access to the Internet, delivery of materials, and training.