Your library card gives you access to hundreds of thousands of downloads across various types of media, both within the library and through our eResource collections. Use your library card to set up an account with these free online resources. Some may require you to have an email address and a PIN linked to your account. Please visit the library’s front desk if you need to add or update your email address and PIN.

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Overdrive is our largest eBook and eAudiobook collection, including adult, teen, and children’s fiction, nonfiction, current authors, and classic titles. You can borrow up to 20 items at a time for 3 weeks, and there are never any late fees. You can even place holds on popular items, and renew some for longer if there are no holds. Hoopla brings you thousands of movies, television shows, and music albums for free, with no wait lists or late fees. You can borrow up to ten items per month, video for three days, music for seven days.

Mango Languages is an online language-learning system teaching actual conversation skills for a wide variety of languages. 72 world languages are available, including Spanish, French, German, English for second language learners…even Pirate! Another eAudiobook collection, with thousands of always available, primarily adult titles. Audiobooks check out for 3 weeks and are renewable. Listen on your desktop or download the RBdigital app on your mobile device.
 
Popular magazine titles such as Bloomberg Businessweek, Entertainment Weekly, Essence, People, and Sports Illustrated are available for checkout and download for FREE. Read Flipster magazines on your desktop or download the Flipster app for Apple iOS, Android, or Kindle Fire. RBDigital Magazines (previously Zinio) offers full color, interactive digital magazines released simultaneously with the print versions. Browse your library’s collection of over 400 popular titles with no holds, no checkout periods, and no limit to the number of downloads. Use on your computer or download the RBdigital app to your mobile device.
   
Pennsylvania’s Electronic Library of databases & other resources. This project is made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor. Browse or search only the children’s titles available from OverDrive. Like the main site, which still includes all of the children’s materials, the OverDrive for Kids page includes eBooks, eAudio, and some eVideos too.

 

Other Online Resources & Research Tools

Information at your fingertips. Search collections of up-to-date and accurate information from trusted sources such as encyclopedias, journals, reference books, and other authoritative resources.