Griffin Free Public Library Auburn, NH

22 Hooksett Road, Auburn NH 03032, or PO Box 308 603-483-5374 (staff@griffinfree.com) Hrs of Operation: Tues and Thurs 10-6, Wed 1-8, Fri 10-5, Sat 10-2

Using Griffin Free online is easier than ever!

A while back, I previewed this change, but it has now become official:

All Griffin Free Public Library users now have one single login/password to use for both your Griffin Free online account and your New Hampshire Downloadable books account. We hope that you will find this easier to keep track of, and we know it will add a new level of security to your private information.

The pages/sites you go to for these services have not changed, and they will continue to work as they always have. The new login format will be:

  • username – Your 4 digit library card number
  • password – Whatever you choose, set up with one of our staff

If you have already arranged for a password to get online, you don’t need a new one – just use it to log in! If you have never set up a password, call us at 483-5374 to set one up. It only takes a minute or two, and then you will have full access to see your Griffin Free records – including self-renewal of checked out materials, ability to request new purchases, and full view of your checkout history – as well as New Hampshire Downloadable Books, where you can download ebooks and audiobooks from a selection of thousands of titles for use on almost any computer or device.

If you experience any trouble with your login, or you need to setup a password, or you have any questions about these changes, please contact us.

We hope you will take advantage of these great services. Happy reading!

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This entry was posted on October 23, 2014 by in Books, E-Resources, Local, New Hampshire, News, Policy.

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Tuesday: 10-6
Wednesday: 1-8
Thursday: 10-6
Friday: 10-5
Saturday: 10-2
Sunday: closed

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