Thinking about an eReader?
Check out library books on your ereader.
Handouts on how to download or READ library books:
(new) "Overdrive Read" makes it even easier to read on your devices (with browsers).
(All handouts are in pdf format)
- Overdrive READ (on page two) added 3/2013
- Adobe Digital Editions (for epub format) updated 10/2013
- Kindle and Overdrive Apps (for tablets and other mobile devices) updated 3/2013
- Kindle devices updated 3/2013
- Nook (and epub compatible devices) updated 3/2013
What type works for me?
Comparisons and reviews of popular brands:
- www. CNET.com has reviews of all the latest gadgets and devices.
- Reviews from Consumer Reports. Oregon subscribes to the print and online versions of Consumer Reports. You can use the online version outside the library with your valid library card and have designated a Oregon Library as your home library.
How to use your device with the library?
The Wisconsin library community subscribes to OverDrive to provide patrons with free downloadable eBooks, audiobooks, videos, and music.
- Download OverDrive eBooks and audiobooks at http://dbooks.wplc.info/.
- OverDrive's list of compatible devices. This also lists what formats work (epub, pdf, kindle) for each device.
- Use the Help icon to get started with eBooks and audiobooks from OverDrive.The Help tab includes videos, finding out how to download materials, what devices work with Overdrive and more..
Handouts for different devices and programs
If you have trouble following one of these, or there is an error, please let us know.