Scenic Regional Library’s Download Center is available 24 hours a day with digital downloads and streaming media for eReaders, tablets, smartphones, and PCs! 

eBooks

 

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cloudLibrary provides the library’s core digital collection with over 7,100 e-books and 3,400 e-audiobooks. cloudLibrary offers a browsing feature which allows users to create your own custom library and powerful search filters which allow users to only view available titles and browse by category. The platform is not compatible with MP3 players or Kindle Paperwhites.

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OverDrive eBooks

OverDrive provides library users with eBooks and eAudiobooks for download to a computer or variety of mobile devices, including MP3 players, iPods, iPads, Nooks, Kindles, and Smartphones. Apps are available for Android and iOS devices, including Overdrive’s new “one-step checkout” app called Libby. The library’s digital titles can also be searched through its online catalog.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

Click here for OverDrive Front Line Tech Support.

 

hoopla

Access thousands of digital video, music and audiobook titles for use on your computer, smartphone or tablet with hoopla. All content is available streaming; some content is available to download for offline viewing, via the hoopla app.

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EBSCO eBook Public Library

The EBSCO eBook Public Library collection has over 33,000 titles featuring fiction and nonfiction titles for both adults and juveniles, as well as best-selling and highly-recommended titles from industry leading publishers.

Download these ePub or PDF files from your computer to your eReader. Wireless downloads are not available. Follow the prompts to create a free MyEbscohost account and begin reading material not readily available from other sources.

 

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eAudiobooks

 

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cloudLibrary provides the library’s core digital collection with over 7,100 e-books and 3,400 e-audiobooks. cloudLibrary offers a browsing feature which allows users to create your own custom library and powerful search filters which allow users to only view available titles and browse by category. The platform is not compatible with MP3 players or Kindle Paperwhites.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

 

 

 

 

OverDrive Audiobooks

OverDrive provides library users with eBooks and eAudiobooks for download to a computer or variety of mobile devices, including MP3 players, iPods, iPads, Nooks, Kindles, and Smartphones. Apps are available for Android and iOS devices, including Overdrive’s new “one-step checkout” app called Libby. The library’s digital titles can also be searched through its online catalog.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

Click here for OverDrive Front Line Tech Support.

 

hoopla

Access thousands of digital video, music and audiobook titles for use on your computer, smartphone or tablet with hoopla. All content is available streaming; some content is available to download for offline viewing, via the hoopla app.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

 

rb digital

rb digital provides simultaneous access to more than 5,000 adult e-audiobooks titles and 1,500 children and young adult e-audiobook titles. As a result, patrons will never have to place a request and wait for a title to be available. 50 new titles are added to the OneClickDigital collection each quarter.
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Click here for rb digital Mobile Help Guide.

 

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eMagazines

zinio Digital Magazines

Download digital versions of 140 magazines, including Cosmopolitan, ESPNGQRolling Stone, and Harper’s Bazaar.  Please note that magazines can be downloaded onto mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones, and some eReaders.  However, they can only be streamed on a pc or laptop.

Zinio for Libraries – FAQ

Important Information – Please Note

You can only check out magazines for free via the Zinio Library portal. If you subscribe to any magazine directly through Zinio.com or the Zinio app – you will be charged for it.

Zinio.com and the Zinio app offer “Free Samples” but these are not free magazines from the Library. If you choose to partake of any of these “Free Samples” you will be asked to pay for them after a certain number of issues.

Zinio.com may send you emails offering you the opportunity to pay for a subscription to a magazine that you receive through the Library portal. You do not have to pay for any magazine that you checked out through the Library portal.

To opt out of promotional emails from Zinio, sign in to your account at Zinio.com, hover over your name in the upper-right and click Account settings. On your account settings page, click Preferences on the left and change your Email Preferences. You cannot change your Email Preferences through the Zinio app – these changes must be made by logging into your account on the Zinio.com wesbite.

Click here to visit Zinio for Libraries Portal

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Click here for rb digital Mobile Help Guide.

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eMusic

freegal music

Freegal® is a free music service from your library. All you need is your library card number. Freegal offers access to about 8 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists, and over 15,000 music videos. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 28,000 labels with music that originates in over 100 countries. There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

 

hoopla

Access thousands of digital video, music and audiobook titles for use on your computer, smartphone or tablet with hoopla. All content is available streaming; some content is available to download for offline viewing, via the hoopla app.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

 

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eMovies

 

hoopla

Access thousands of digital video, music and audiobook titles for use on your computer, smartphone or tablet with hoopla. All content is available streaming; some content is available to download for offline viewing, via the hoopla app.

Click here for step-by-step help guide.

 

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