North Central Regional Library rolls out new website

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WENATCHEE — The North Central Regional Library has launched its new website at www.ncrl.org. The new site was designed with user experience in mind and debuts a fresh look, more informational content, and new online resources.

“More and more people in our area are using the library’s website to access books and other materials, use our online resources and learn about the library,” said Chad Roseburg, IT Director at NCRL. “Our goal was to build a site that is interactive, responsive and user-friendly.”

Improvements to the library’s website include new site navigation, mobile-friendly responsive layout, integrated event software, and significantly more opportunities to highlight what the library has to offer.

The library has also introduced a new online resource on the website: Hoopla Digital. Hoopla provides library patrons with eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital comics, streaming movies and TV shows, and music. Library patrons can borrow seven items per month using their computer or the Hoopla app on their mobile device.

— Staff report

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