Our OverDrive Collection includes over 50,000 eBooks, over 27,000 eAudiobooks, and over 4,000 magazines. Download directly to your computer or use the Libby app with a variety of devices, including iPhones, iPads, Android devices, Nooks, Kindles, and more.
Bringing you hundreds of thousands of music, eAudiobooks, eBooks, full-length movies, television episodes, and comics/graphic novels, hoopla is an all in one digital service made available to you through the Public Library. From Hollywood blockbusters to best selling artists and authors – simple to access and use, without the hassle of having to return the items you've borrowed, all you need is your library card, a web browser, smart phone or tablet to get started.
PressReader gives you unlimited access to thousands of magazines and newspapers from around the world. Read newspaper stories and magazine articles the minute they’re available on newsstands. Shift easily between the original page replica and a custom story layout optimized for mobile reading. Or, bring it all to life with listening mode, one-touch translation, and dynamic commenting.
- Read publications and stories just as they appear in print
- Personalize your news feed with specific sections from publications to build your own newspaper or magazine
- Get your favorite publications auto-delivered so you never miss an issue
- Download full issues for offline reading
- Instantly translate stories in up to 16 languages
- Customize your font size and type
- Listen to stories with on-demand narration
- Bookmark articles for later reading, reference or sharing
- Share stories by email or on Facebook or Twitter
- Set My Topic alerts so you always see important news on your keywords
Freegal is a music service which offers access to over 16 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists, and over 40,000 music videos. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 93,000 labels with music that originates in over 100 countries. There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions. Freegal works with most computers, players, tablets, and smartphones. No special software is needed, but there are Apple and Android apps available for a more mobile-friendly experience. You can download 5 songs per week and access to unlimited daily streaming using your valid library card number and PIN.
Naxos Music Library[NML] is the world´s largest online classical music library. Currently, it offers streaming access to more than 175,774 CDs with more than 2,740,187 tracks of both standard and rare repertoire. Over 600 new CDs are added to the library every month.
The library offers the complete Naxos and Marco Polo catalogues plus the complete catalogues or selected titles from over 800 record labels, with more labels joining every month. Along with classical music, jazz, world, and pop/rock are also represented.
NML can be accessed from any computer, anywhere, anytime. With the iPhone/iPod and Android mobile apps, subscribers can also access the service on the go, and the HTLM5 player can stream music though the standard internet connection of the most phones and tablets.
The contents can be searched by composer, work, genre and label; by keyword search; and by a sophisticated advanced search engine with up to 13 combined search criteria. In addition to allowing subscribers to listen to recordings, NML provides liner notes for many recordings. Listeners can create personalized playlists or use predefined Naxos Music Library playlists. For student around the world the library also offers playlists for graded music exams (ABRSM, Trinity/Guildhall) in various categories and grades.
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Click the tabs on the left for further details, video tutorials, help on devices, and FAQs for each of our digital media services.
Discovery is a fresh new look bringing you a personalized search experience! You can now search the Library’s catalog and electronic resources simultaneously and see current availability information on physical library items and direct links to eResources. Click here to learn how to use Discovery.