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Overdrive has been our most popular service for eBooks and digital audiobooks for years. It supports many devices including: PCs, Macs, basic Amazon Kindles, Kindle Fires, basic Barnes & Noble Nooks, Nook color devices, Apple devices and Android devices. Click preceding links for printable instructions supporting the device of your choice.
Try OverDrive’s new app, Libby, for a simpler method of accessing the same giant collection of eBooks & audiobooks. Click here for instructions on using Libby with supported devices. **Please note: The Libby app is not available in the Amazon app store for Kindle devices.**
Watch from over 30,000 feature films, documentaries, foreign language, and educational videos. Stream up to 8 titles a month (for 3 days each) on your desktop computer, mobile, Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV. To access Kanopy on mobile devices or a television, install the Kanopy app from your device’s app store.
To use Kanopy, follow this link then choose SIGN UP to create your Account. You will need an email address and password. Once you receive the confirmation email, follow the provided link and enter your library barcode number to authenticate your Kanopy account.
Hoopla brings you thousands of movies, television shows, songs, audiobooks, eBooks & comics for free. All you need is a library card and a computer, smartphone, tablet. There are never any wait-lists or late fees. Start streaming immediately, or download a title to your device for watching or listening later. Now supports Roku, AppleTV and FireTV for streaming to your big screen. (Internet Explorer is NOT supported, please use Chrome, Firefox or Edge when using Hoopla on a computer) Click here for instructions on using this service.
Featuring videos, articles, project ideas, experiments, and quizzes, ScienceFlix provides students with an in-depth examination of more than 30 different topics including earth science, space science, life science, health & human body, physical science, and technology & engineering.