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Did you know you can download eBooks for FREE with T-SPL? What about music downloads? Magazines? Movies? Audiobooks? TV shows?! Did you know that you can borrow an eReader from the Library?
Put your eReader and MP3 player to work and start downloading today. The Library has access to all new releases, reader favorites and ultimate classics through our partnerships with OverDrive, Freegal, Hoopla Digital and the Ohio Digital Library.
For eBooks, it is just like borrowing a book from the Library, go to The Ohio Digital Library, find the eBook you want, enter your library card and check it out. The best part of borrowing an eBook? There are no late fees! And you can do it all here.
Same with music, movies and magazines. Just use your library card number to set up an account with one of our partners and start checking items out! It's so easy. And, if you ever have any questions, we are always here to help you. Give us a call at 419-447-3751 or ask at the Information Desk.
Get your FREE eBooks here! Browse and borrow with just your library card. eBooks are compatible on all major devices.
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It's free and legal. Get five music downloads every week, and three hours streaming per day! From the Sony collection, there's something for everyone.
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Only T-SPL patrons are able to check out a Kindle PaperWhite, Kindle Fire, and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook which are preloaded with best sellers and classics. Patrons will not be able to download any content to the device. eReaders can be checked out for three weeks and can be renewed one time.
Check out our catalog or just go to the Check-Out Desk to place your reserve today. Patrons must be 16 years and older with a valid library card. All borrowers must complete and sign a borrowing agreement before checking the device out.
A late fee will be $5 per day and other fines will be assessed for damage, loss or theft of the device. eReaders must be returned to the library, not in the book or media return.
We understand getting started with your eReader can be pretty confusing. The staff at T-SPL has done their research and know the ins and outs of most brands of eReaders. Call or stop by the Information Desk for one-on-one help or just pick up a handout with step-by-step instructions.
If you can't stop by, just click on The Ohio Digital Library and access the help section there.