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06/27/2018 - 8:44am
A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson

As I'm 36,000 feet in the air working on writing my column, I thought that now would be a good time to write about the ways the library can travel with people on their summer vacations. Having eBooks and eAudio available to me 24/7 is so useful when I find that I am in need of something to read or listen to.

The great thing about traveling with the library on your phone or tablet is that wifi and a data connection are not necessary to read books or to listen to audiobooks that are already downloaded to your device. It also means that I don’t have to tote around the weight of lots of books; I'm one of those readers who has five or six books checked out at one time just in case I finish a book early or am not in the mood to read a book I started.

12/25/2017 - 2:50am
Getting Started with eBooks and eAudio

Did you get a shiny new device over the holidays—or have you had one for a while and not explored many of its possibilities? Are you a reader—or a listener? Use your gadget to bring books to you, anytime and nearly anywhere. After you set up your device, it’s very easy to browse our virtual shelves and make your selections. There are never any late fees because books return themselves. Automatically. Another very cool thing about eBooks—you can change the print size to personalize your reading experience.

05/30/2017 - 10:34am

June is National Audio Book Month! So, to celebrate, throw some headphones into your beach bag. A great story is the perfect soundtrack to any summer adventure.

Because I love audiobooks and can’t resist sharing my favorites, I’ve gathered a list of great audiobooks for summer. The list includes fantasy and science fiction, memoir and family drama—all with compelling plots and page-turning appeal to keep you listening through the dog days to come.

10/24/2013 - 11:50am
BARD Mobile logo

The NLS (National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped) is creating a series of instructional videos to introduce and discuss using the BARD mobile app. Check this blog post occasionally to see the latest additions. 

04/03/2014 - 1:37pm
EBSCOhost  logo

NetLibrary users can now access our eBook and eAudio collection through EBSCOhost's new web site.

Even if you previously had an account with NetLibrary, you will need to create a new account with EBSCOhost.

Watch the video below for an overview of creating your myEBSCOhost account and how to download eBooks.

You can also ask a reference librarian to create an account for you in person or over the phone.
Call your branch and ask for the adult reference desk.

Please visit our eBooks page for more tips on creating your myEBSCOhost account and for a short video with tips on searching for eBooks and how to download eAudio.

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