What's my PIN and how do I get one?

Your library card barcode and PIN give you access to computers, online databases, and your library account information. PINs can be assigned when you register for a new card or by asking library staff. If you have an email address in your library record, you can request a new PIN by selecting "Forgot my PIN" on the My Account login screen and entering your library card number. If you do not have an email address associated with your account, you should contact your local library and speak with a staff member to set a new PIN. If you want to change your PIN, you can do so by logging in to My Account, selecting the "Personal Information" tab, and then the "Change PIN" option.  If you do not remember what your PIN might be, staff will often assign you a PIN that is the last four digits of your phone number.

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. How do I place a hold on library materials?
3. How do I renew my materials?
4. What's my PIN and how do I get one?
5. How do I update my account information?
6. How can I get a job with the Library?
7. How do I find an Anoka County library?
8. What materials can I check out at the Library?
9. How can I make payments for my fines or fees?
10. What are the borrowing rules when checking out library material?
11. Does the Library offer student exam services?
12. How can I ensure I'm receiving emails from the Library?