Volume 34, No. 8
Uinta County goes WYLD
The Uinta County Public Library recently converted to the Wyoming State Library WYLD Cat System, becoming the last county in the state to “go WYLD.”
By the end of the summer, all 23 county libraries will be using the WYLD System.
When asked what this would bring to the library, Dale Collum, Uinta County director, said, “We’re pretty excited about it. It is more powerful than our current system, and our patrons will be able to do more.
“It will help us be connected with the rest of the state, and aid in our interlibrary loan programs.”
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