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Link to downloadable eBooks

To download eBooks use this website

 To download eBooks and downloadable audiobooks, magazines, music and some video titles, go to http:/www.overdrive.com

OverDrive, Inc. is an American digital distributor of eBooks, audiobooks, music, and video titles. The company provides secure management, digital rights management and download fulfillment services for publishers, libraries, schools, and retailers.  

 

To get started with Bridges

1. Go to http:www.overdrive.com click on sign-in,  choose Pioneer Heritage Library. For your sign-in, type in the letter P folllowed by your library card number.  If your library card number has only 2 numbers, add a zero before the number.  If your library card number is 99, you would use P099 as your login. Please call library at 479-2122 if you need your patron number.


Getting started with OverDrive on a computer. Use these steps to borrow and enjoy digital titles from your library on your Windows® or Mac® computer.

NOTE: If you're using a Chromebook™ or Windows 8 and up, you may be able to use the new Libby app or the original OverDrive app to borrow and enjoy digital titles from your library. For more help, visit help.overdrive.com.

STEP 1Find your library's OverDrive website on OverdDrive.com/libraries.

STEP 2Sign into your library's OverDrive website and borrow a title. You'll need a valid library card for this step.

STEP 3After you borrow a title, you can:

  • Send a Kindle Book (U.S. only) to your Kindle device or Kindle reading app.
  • Read, watch, or listen to a title right in your browser.

  • Download an ebook, then use free Adobe Digital Editions software to transfer it to a supported ereader.

  • (Windows only) Download an audiobook, then use OverDrive's free desktop app for Windows to transfer it to a supported MP3 player.

NOTE: Digital formats and titles vary by library, and some enjoyment options may not be available for every title.




 

 

 

 

 

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