We have ebooks. You can’t find them on the shelves, but you can find them at this link: netldc.overdive.com.
Once you’re there just sign in up at the top right corner. You’ll use your library card number and your PIN. (The PIN is the last four digits of your phone number.)
Then browse to your heart’s content. It’s easy to tell which books are available and which are waitlisted. Just look for the helpful banners at the top.
Once you’ve decided on a title, this is where things get tricky. There are lots of options for downloading and reading.
Which one works best for you will depend on the kind of device you have as well as the types of file that the publisher has made available. There is also sometimes an option of downloading to your device and reading in the browser window.
Libby is an easy to use app that is available on most devices. You can learn more at the website: meet.libbyapp.com
Kindle is, of course, recommended if you have a Kindle. It does require an Amazon account though. But again, this app is available for most devices.
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