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Frequently Asked Questions
Checkouts and Holds
A full-access King County Library System (KCLS) library card in good standing may borrow:KCLS is not responsible for damage to equipment that occurs while using library-owned material. Patrons who have reached the maximum number of physical checkouts are not able to login or borrow items from OverDrive or hoopla. Versión en español:¿Cuántos artículos me puedo llevar prestados?
All items except downloads Maximum of 100 items OverDrive eBooks, downloadable audiobooks, and video 25 items OverDrive magazines No checkout limits hoopla digital music, movies, TV, and comics 10 items per month Kanopy streaming movies 5 items per month. No holds. (Does not include Kanopy Kids, Great Courses, or Credit-Free Viewing.)
Books, CDs, CD-ROMs, LPs, kits, players, DVD sets with runtime of 5 hours and label 28 days OverDrive:
- downloadable audiobooks
hoopla digital comics
21 days Magazines, DVDs with runtime of less than 5 hours, hoopla digital music, OverDrive video 7 days hoopla digital video 3 days (72 hours) Kanopy digital video
2-3 days (48-72 hours), depending on the film Most Media Equipment (use in library only) 1 day Reusable KCLS bags 1 year, 2 renewals
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Except for media equipment, physical items that are not on hold for another borrower may be renewed up to five times, until further notice.
OverDrive digital downloads that are not on hold for another borrower may be renewed once.
Borrowing periods vary by service. Please visit How long can I borrow items for?, opens a new window
hoopla Digital Music
If you've replaced your library card or updated your PIN/password you'll need to update your Library Settings in hoopla.
Titles return automatically at the end of the lending period.
To return a title early, click return now, located next to the date the title expires on the title information page. Please note that returning a title early does not give you additional borrows for the month.
hoopla works on a pay-per-checkout model, which means that the library system pays a small fee each time a title is checked out. Limiting checkouts to 10 per month helps us stay within our collection budget.
If you are using the hoopla app on a mobile device, you can download titles for offline access. If you are using hoopla in a web browser on a computer, you must have an internet connection to access titles.