Posted: Monday, January 16, 2012, 8:49 am
Kindles and iPods and Xooms, oh my! If you're starting the new year with a new eReader, MP3 player or tablet computer, the Library will have you over the rainbow.
Whether you're looking for free content, or you need help using with your new device, our eBooks and digital media services will get you on the road to downloading in no time.
If you're already a technology whiz and looking to fill your device with content, check out our digital media resources, including eBooks, eAudiobooks, music and video.
You can also locate thousands of downloadable titles right in our library catalog. Search the catalog and refine your search by the "Downloadable" format. Then, refine further with eBooks, audio eBooks, eTunes (music) and eFlicks (video).
Even if you don't have an eReader, we offer a variety of streaming digital media resources. Use any computer to access talking books for kids, classical music, jazz and more.
If this new technology makes you cower, take heart! The brains at the Library can make you feel at home with your device.
Consult our eBooks and digital media FAQ for instructions and information on using your eReader, MP3 player or tablet computer with library resources.
Can't make it to the workshop? Keep an eye on the library calendar for future events. Or, Ask us! Library staff can offer assistance and answer questions in person, by telephone, instant message or email!
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