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Livermore Public Digital Library (OverDrive) New
The Livermore Public Digital Library now offers our very own collection of popular downloadable eBooks and digital audiobooks through OverDrive.
Kindle, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle Paperwhite How To Guide (not Kindle Fire)
iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch How To Guide
Kindle Fire How To Guide
Nook Simple Touch and 1st Edition How To Guide
NOOK Color™, NOOK Tablet™, NOOK® HD, or NOOK® HD+ How To Guide
Android How To Guide
The enki Library is a shared open source eBook network that allows California libraries to own and store eBooks for access by library patrons. Currently enki Library offers access to PDF and EPUB ebook formats. Kindle formats are not available.
Freading offers more than 30,000 fiction and non-fiction eBooks which are available anytime, anywhere- there is never a hold list. Download and read on your computer, iPhone or iPad, most Android smartphones or tablets, Nook and other ereaders and Kindle Fire (not other Kindle devices). Each user will have 4 digital tokens per week to "spend" on Freading ebooks (cost is 1-4 tokens per ebook) and most renewals are free.
Freading How To Guide When you get to the log in, make sure to capitalize the PLIV in your library barcode.
A collection of full-text books that may be read online. Look for IT and other technical topics in IT Pro or read about health and wellness, daily living (consumer tips, financial) and more in the Well-Being Essentials collection.
EBSCOhost (formerly known as NetLibrary)
eBooks- A collection of full text, searchable books including general interest titles along with Cliffs Notes, computer books, and career books that may be read online, or downloaded in some cases.
Downloaded eBooks may be transferred to supported devices.
iPad or Android Tablet Guide iPhone or Android Phone Mac or Windows Computer User Guide
Audiobooks- A collection of 165+ fiction titles that may be downloaded to your computer and listened to there, or transferred to supported devices. User Guide
Access over 15,000 electronic books either through the library catalog (by searching the subject "Electronic Books") or directly through EBSCOhost (formerly known as NetLibrary), the Northern California Digital Library (Overdrive), Freading or Books24x7.
Take me back to the Virtual Library (electronic resources).
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