You’re not alone. There are plenty of our patrons that prefer to stick to good-old paper, and there is nothing wrong with that – we’re librarians, we understand the appeal of books – but, might there be room for both? Most of the numbers seem to indicate that the majority of ebook readers are also print book readers. So don’t feel guilty. You’re not abandoning print, you’re supplementing it.
Need more incentive? Here is a list of some of the titles available through OverDrive (one of are ematerial collections) that people enjoyed most in 2016. There’s some good stuff on there.
Interested but unsure of how to get started? You can find instructions here, or feel free to stop by the second floor reference desk at the library with your digital device of choice and we will get you started.
BiblioBoard gives patrons access to a growing collection of ebooks, music and videos featuring public-domain classics, hand-picked licensed material, selected items from Oxford University’s Bodleian Library and other articles, images, books, etc. spanning a wide range of topics. There is no limit on simultaneous use; this means no hold queues and no waiting for titles.
From The Red Badge of Courage to 100 Things Cubs Fans Should Do and Know Before They Die, BiblioBoard grants you global access to the some of the best digital materials and storytelling exhibits on a mobile-friendly platform.
BiblioBoard Library can be found on the list of resources under the “Catalogs & Databases” tab on the main page of the Moline Library website. Just click on the link and begin browsing, reading, watching and listening today.