What is LINK+?
LINK+ is a union catalog of contributed holdings from participating libraries in California and Nevada.
How does LINK+ work?
Patrons from member libraries electronically request an item not available in their own library and it is delivered to them for check-out.
Who can use LINK+?
LINK+ is available to authorized patrons of the participating libraries.
How do I get to LINK+?
LINK+ may be accessed from the Yolo County Library Catalog. Browse the catalog for the desired item and in the list of possible results you will have the option to search the LINK+ catalog if the item is not available from Yolo County Library.
What materials may I request through LINK+?
Books and audio-visual material may be borrowed if they are listed as “available” in the union catalog.
When will I get my item?
An item may arrive at the requestor’s library in 2 to 4 days. Books and some media will be held for up to 10 days. Selected media will be held for up to 5 days.
How long can I borrow the item?
The loan period for books and some media is 21 days with one 21-day renewal. The loan period for selected media is 7 days. No renewal is allowed for media selected for 7-day loan.
How much does it cost to use LINK+?
There is no charge to request or borrow LINK+ materials, though there are different fees for lost items or items returned after the due date.