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What days and hours are each branch open?

Could you post all open days and hours at
Last Updated: Oct 14, 2010  |  80 Views

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Actually, that information is already posted there.  You must click on the name of a branch in order to find out its days and hours of operation.

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  1. This would be more user friendly if we didn't have to click on all twelve library's name to find the days and hours they are open. We don't have to click on them to see the address or phone number of each location. Why don't you make this more user friendly by adding the days and hours each branch is open on the page that shows all of their addresses and phone numbers? Hours of operation is the same type of general information that I think should be easier to see. When people are trying to find out if any branch is open on a particular day or time, it is a pain to have to click on all twelve names. Pretend like you are not familiar with all of the locations and want to find the one that is closest to your home that is open on Friday night at 8:00 p.m. How many of those names would you have to click on to find the one that is open at that time? How long would that take for someone who is using a slow, dial up internet connection? After you find that none are open on the day and time that you want to go, how much longer will it take to find out when the next best time for you matches when any location is open? It could take an hour with your current way of displaying the information. It would take a minute with a very minor change to your website. Please be more user friendly with this minor change to your website.
    by Mark Welsch on Oct 14, 2010.
  2. According to our Webmaster the "Library Locations" webpage is in the processed of being revamped, and the new version will be unveiled sometime next week. So please check the page again in a week or two, and let us know what you think of the new version!
    by Julie Kaspar @ OPL on Oct 14, 2010.

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