Books, Audio and Movies
About LINKcat Online Catalog
- Go to LINKcat
- Contact a library for LINKcat Help
- How to place a hold using LINKcat
- How to use LINKcat’s online help systems
- Get a LINKcat app for your mobile device
LINKcat is a shared catalog of 50 libraries in the South Central Library System.
With a George Culver Community library card, you have access to all of the nearly 3 million LINKcat holdings. These materials can be checked out in person with your library card, or ordered through LINKcat to be sent directly to the George Culver Community Library for pickup. LINKcat is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you have questions about using LINKcat, stop in and we would be happy to answer them. LINKcat also has an extensive online help systems.
LINKcat is also available for your mobile device!
Additional Online Resources
NoveList Plus — a comprehensive database of fiction and nonfiction titles. Use it to find recommendations, articles, and lists for your fiction and nonfiction needs. Log in with your George Culver Community Library card number. It can help you find more of the books you love to read!
Don’t Miss Lists — lists of books, music and film titles released during the previous month. The lists are curated by the South Central Library Federation, so if you find a title you like you can click to put it on hold.
WI Digital Library (Libby) — Check out and download e-books, audiobooks, magazines, and videos to your tablet, phone or computer from Wisconsin’s Digital Library. Get the Libby app on your device for even easier access. Fiction and nonfiction are included, and many popular titles are available.
Hoopla — Like the WI Digital Library, Hoopla allows access to a wide variety of digital materials such as e-books, audiobooks, music, movies, and tv shows. These titles are available for streaming instantaneously without holds.
Kanopy — Kanopy is an online streaming service that specializes in classic cinema, Indie films and documentaries. These titles are available instantly, with no holds. You only need an email address and a George Culver Community Library card to access it.