Access Your Account
ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT
When you become a member of the De Soto Public Library, you will be given access to an online account. This account is your personal record of items you have checked out and requested, and it is also where you can keep track of any library fines and fees you may have accrued. We also have features that allow you to keep a record or your reading history and save lists of library items you are interested in.
How To Access Your Account
Your account number is your library card number (the barcode on the back of your card). Your PIN is a four-digit number assigned to you at the time we issued your card. To log into your account:
Desktop and Mobile Users: Go to our catalog and:
- Click “Login” in the upper right corner of your desktop browser
- Enter your library card barcode number and 4-digit PIN
- You will see your name in the upper right corner of the screen and at the bottom of the screen under Search Tools. Click your name.
How To Manage Your Account
Once you have logged into your account, there are a number of things you are able to manage:
Desktop users can edit the email we have on file for you in Account Information, edit your PIN, and view any messages related to your account.
You will also be able to:
- View/renew current checkouts
- View and manage current holds (requested items)
- View current fines and fees
- View your Reading History (You can opt in to keep a record of your previously checked out items)
You can create lists of items you’re interested in (for future checkout or any purpose). To add an item to a list:
- Find the item in the catalog
- Add the item to My Cart
- View My Cart
- Select the items to add to a list
- Click Save to List
Mobile users will be able to view:
- Messages related to your account
- Current checkouts
- Current requests
- Current fines and fees
If You Think Your Library Card is Lost or Stolen:
If you think your library card is lost or stolen, please contact the library.
For More Information
If you have any questions about your account, don’t hesitate to Ask A Librarian!