Browse, Renew, Reserve

You can use the online library catalogue to:

  • browse books, DVDs, audio books etc.
  • renew your loans
  • reserve in-stock items
  • make purchase suggestions for library stock
  • update your personal details eg, email address, contact telephone number etc
  • create your own book lists


To log in to your library account you will need your library membership number (on your library card under the barcode) and PIN. You can change your PIN or password by going to the change your password section once you have logged in to your account.

Once you have logged in to your account you can renew your loans in the checked out items section of your account summary. Occasionally this may not be possible e.g. if another library user has requested that particular item, if your items are already overdue or if you have outstanding fines. If you experience any problems renewing items online, please contact any East Dunbartonshire Library.

Reserving Items
There is a small administration charge for the library request service (65p/35p concession, no charge for children)
To check if an item is in stock you can search using the online library catalogue.  You will need your library membership number (on your library card under the barcode) and PIN or password to log in to your account and place requests.

You can check whether or not an item is in stock searching by

  • author / artist
  • title
  • International Standard Book Number (ISBN).

Once you have found the item you want, please follow the on screen instructions to place your request.

If the item you want is not in stock, please place a purchase suggestion  when logged into your account  by clicking on ‘your purchase suggestions’ and filling in as much information as possible. Alternatively, you can download the Library Requests form, complete it and email it as an attachment to or print and complete then hand it in or post it to your local East Dunbartonshire library.

If you have any problems with your online requests or renewals, or for any further information please contact your local library.