Ann and Milton Ackerman, left, sign up for new library cards on Friday at the Fort Scott Public Library. Lisa Walther, library director, is on the right. Patrons will, with the new card, be able to access their library accounts through any internet connection and will be able to place holds on materials, renew materials, and suggest materials for purchase. Over 35 libraries, a consortium managed by the Southeast Kansas Library System, are now members of the new service, called SEKnFind. "People can log in to their account, create a list they are interested in reading and make hold requests on books they'd like to read. We will be sharing materials more quickly," Walther said. The Inter Library Loan still exists, and any items not owned by the SEKnFind library will still be available from another Kansas library. "Those who want to can take advantage of it, those who don't want to, we can still do a hold," Walther said. New cards will issued for this service. For more information call the library at (620) 223-2882.