Libraries usually allow individuals to renew their materials by calling a phone number, logging in to their account on the library's website or mobile application or by visiting the library in person. It's important to note that each library sets limits on how many times individuals can renew their materials, and some materials may not be renewed if others are on a waiting list for them, notes the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
There are a number of processes to renew a library book. One way is to renew online or via mobile application. Visit the library's website or search for its mobile app. Look for an option to log in to a members' services section and then look for a link for renewing materials. There should be a list of checked out materials with a renew option.
Another way is to call the library. Search the library's website for a phone number to call in and renew items. Doing the renewal on the phone may require a library card number and personal identification number, if applicable. It is also possible to renew in person. Go to a local branch and ask a worker to renew the materials. Some libraries also have self-service stations to use.