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Chattanooga Public Library launches new and improved website

The new website offers a user-friendly experience and more resources for its patrons.

NOOGAtoday | Chattanooga Public Library

The library received patron feedback to help make the website more user-friendly and robust.

Photo provided by the Chattanooga Public Library

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After over a year in the works, the Chattanooga Public Library has launched its new and improved website.

Not only does the new website have a fresh + modern look, but it’s full of more resources for its patrons to utilize.

New resources

  • Enhanced ADA accessibility options
  • A more intuitive menu with easier-to-locate information
  • A “Local History and Genealogy” page featuring new digital archives, research + genealogy guides
  • An updated library catalog with more categories for browsing, improved search functions + customizable features

The library’s Executive Director Will O’Hearn said the website was designed to make library resources more accessible to the community.
“The library is dedicated to providing equitable access to knowledge, and we’re confident our new website will help us achieve that goal,” said O’Hearn. “We invite everyone to explore the site and take advantage of everything our library has to offer.”