Patron’s OPAC Account

You must be logged in to view information about your account.

*Be sure to make a note of your user-name and password when you pick up your new card at the library.

Once you are logged in, a basic search will show you items owned at your home library.
An advanced search will show you items owned at all SEKnFind member libraries.

While logged in you can:

Tabs serve different purposes:

My Summary

Checked Out

  • Click on My Summary Tab.
  • Click on the tab Checked Out to view items that are currently checked out.

You can see and renew both overdue and non-overdue items from this page.
Overdue items are highlighted and have a red due date.

To renew, click Renew next to the item.


  • Click on the My Summary tab.
  • Click on the Overdue tab to view only the items that are currently overdue.
  • To renew, click Renew next to the item.


  • Click on the My Summary tab.
  • Click on the Holds tab.
  • This will list all items on hold with their status.
  • To cancel a hold, just click the Cancel button next to the hold in question.

My Fines

  • Click on the My Summary tab.
  • Click on the Fines tab.

This will show the total balance, if any fines are due.

My Tags

  • Click on the My Tags tab.
  • From this menu you will see all of the tags you have added to items
    as well as the numbers of tags from other patrons.

My Personal Details

  • Click on the My Personal Data tab.
  • Profile information will be available to update.
  • Submitting the form will notify a library staff member, who will make the changes permanent.

Change My Password

  • Click on My Password tab.
  • From here the login information for the OPAC can be changed.

My Reading History

  • Click on the My Reading History tab.
  • This will show everything the patron has checked out from the library.

My Purchase Suggestions

  • Click on the My Purchase Suggestions tab.
  • This will list all of the title suggestions submitted by a patron with the order status.
  • Suggestions can be deleted.
  • New suggestions can be submitted.