Digital Resources - How To
eBooks and eAudiobooks:
The Overdrive collection has thousands of eBook and eAudiobook titles and is offered at no cost to patrons with a valid Caledon Public Library card. No need to worry anymore about getting your book, audiobook or magazine back on time because there are no overdue fines. Holds can be placed on eBook and eAudiobook titles but remember, there are no renewals on these materials. eBooks are downloadable to your eReader, tablet, laptop or home computer. eAudiobooks are downloadable to any mobile device or computer.
Digital magazines can be read online from any computer, tablet, smartphone or with the Zinio app on any Apple and Android device. Zinio is also available as an app for Blackberry devices. There are 80 titles to choose from!
Read full-text and image digital newspapers for free at the library or at home using the newest database: Library PressReader. Newspapers can be read online while connected to the internet or downloaded in the library to view offline. To access the newspapers, simply enter your library card number (no spaces), search for the title or topic you want, and read—no additional passwords and no extra software required.
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Research - Online Resources:
Library users can access the numerous commercial databases free of charge from Internet computers at any library branch. You can also access these electronic resources from your home, school or work computer that has an Internet connection. To access these resources outside the library you must input your library card number.