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Frequently Asked Questions about Library Notification
What are my options for being notified?
There are 3 methods of library notification:
Email Notification - A quick and convenient way to find out when your items are ready for pickup or overdue.
If you have an email address in your library record you will automatically receive all of your request pickup and overdue notices via email.
To receive your notices via email, use My Account to indicate your notice preference and edit or delete your email address under 'Modify Personal Information'.
Automated Telephone Notification - Don't have email? Another quick and convenient method is to receive an automated phone call to alert you when your items are ready for pickup or overdue.
You'll receive an automated telephone call from your library if you don't have an email address and there are no ## signs in front of your telephone number. Your telephone number is displayed below your mailing address in My Account.
Contact your library staff to enable or disable Automated Telephone Notification.
U.S. Mail Notification - You may prefer to receive your notices via U.S. mail. You'll receive print notices if you don't have an email address and you have ## signs in front of your telephone number. In My Account your mailing address and telephone number are displayed below your name.
Contact your library staff to make changes to your mailing address.
All bills for lost or long overdue items are delivered via U.S. mail.
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