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meeScan, Check Outs, Renewals, Returns and Fees

 

Self-Check Out with meeScan

To better serve our patrons, the RPL is offering meeScan, a smartphone app that allows you to check out your own items, view your library account information, and more.

To start, download the app from the App Store or Google Play, register your library card, allow the app to access your camera* and location services,* and use your smartphone camera to scan RPL barcodes on the books, CDs, magazines, and other items you want to borrow. We’ll email you an item list; you can also print the list at the library. 

 

Library staff is always happy to answer any questions about meeScan or self-checkout.

 

 *meeScan must access your camera to scan barcodes. It must also use your location when you’re using the meeScan app  Access to your camera is needed to scan barcodes.  Access to location services is needed to validate that you are on-site in the library through geolocation.  

How to use meeScan.

More information on how to use your smartphone to borrow books and other items.

 

All borrowers must return Ridgewood’s newest videos & Express books to the Ridgewood Library

Checking Out Items

  • Must present your valid BCCLS library card to borrow items

  • Maximum check outs per card=50 items

  • You will receive a due date receipt when you check out materials

Returning Items

  • Items may be returned to Circulation desk (1st floor) or Reference desk (2nd level)

  • All items, minus newest films, express books and Rosetta Stone, may also be returned to any BCCLS library

  • Outside book drop and media drop are available for after-hour returns

  • Media items (videos, audiobooks, CDs) returned after the library has closed will considered returned on the next open day

Renewing Items

  • Most library materials can be renewed up to 2 times

  • Maximum check outs per card= 50 items

  • You will receive a due date receipt when you check out materials

Late Fees

  • Late fees for items can be found in the chart above

  • No charges accrue on holidays or on days that the library is closed

  • Items are overdue if they are not returned to the library before closing time on their due date

  • Check your account online to view due dates for items and accumulated late fees  

  • You must return/renew (if possible) an item before you can pay any late fees it has accumulated

  • Library sends a courtesy email notification before items are due and 7 days after they become overdue

Lost or Damaged Items

  • Check our Policy for Lost/Damaged Materials for details

  • Must be paid for in person at the library with cash, check, or credit card

  • Borrowing privileges may be restricted until charges are paid

Library Hours

Monday - Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Holiday Closings

9am - 9pm

9am - 6pm

9am - 5pm

1pm - 5pm

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