What is a "Digital Library"?

In addition to a physical collection of about 10,000 items that people may borrow, Newman Regional Library District also offers access to a collection of digital items. These are e-books and audiobooks that library patrons may secure for their own use at no extra charge.

E-books may be read on many different devices. A desktop computer or laptop, a smartphone or tablet, or a special purpose device such as an e-reader that only does books, such as a Barnes & Noble Nook or an Amazon Kindle. Downloadable audiobooks may be used in similar ways, such as by connecting the phone to the car or listening on your computer speakers.

Before you can start borrowing electronic books, however, we need to get the app set up.

On Good Terms (of Service)

This is possibly the most honest user agreement on the internet because you will not have to claim to have read the terms and privacy agreement to sign up. You already did that at your local library!

In fact, there is no agreement or account creation with Libby. There are no subscription fees or limited time offers or "free" trials. Everything you require to get started you already possess in the form of a library card!

If you are ready to try this out for yourself, go back to the Libby Tutorial page to get started!

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