FTL: Forward to Libraries


Would you like to enable links to your library's resources from sites like The Online Books Page and Wikipedia? If you tell us a little about your library, and we can work out how to link to its catalog or discovery application, you'll be able to follow links from selected Wikipedia articles, and Online Books Page subjects, authors, and titles, to find similar titles that your library offers. (Read more about how this works with Wikipedia and with the Online Books Page.)

If you leave your contact information, we can let you know when your library links are enabled, and how you can be directed straight to that library when following links from The Online Books Page. (You can see the list of currently supported libraries, and select your own library, here. For best results, your library should use cataloging terms similar to those used by the US Library of Congress, and it should use a modern, link-friendly catalog or discovery application.)

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