Downloads

Overdrive e-books & e-audiobooks

Check out and download e-books to your computer, mobile device, tablet, or e-reader.

Before you go over to their site, check out a brief introductory document here.

Freegal music downloads

Download popular and classic songs to your computer or mobile device. Files are DRM free and never expire!

Before you go over to their site, check out a brief introductory document here.

Help

Hoopla streaming tv, movies, music, and audiobooks

Stream tv shows and movies, listen to full albums, and check out audiobooks to a variety of different devices.

Before you go over to their site, check out a brief introductory document here.

Digital Magazines

Subscribe to over 90 popular magazines and read them on your tablet or computer.

Before you go over to their site, check out a brief introductory document here.

Mobile App

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Tech Tips

  • Posted on Saturday, September 6, 2014 - 4:12pm

    We've had a few collections of online materials for a while now. You've probably heard of them: Freegal, Hoopla, OverDrive, and Zinio. You may have even used one or more of them. However, the way of using each of them changes based on the device you're using. One of the most popular devices out there is Apple's iPad (again, you may have heard of it...). Well the iPad does indeed allow you to use each of the aforementioned stores of material. But you need an app.

    Since navigating through the iPad apps can be a bit different than navigating through a ordinary old browser, we're thrown some documentation together to walk you through the process. If we missed a step and that's got you confused, please let us know!

  • Posted on Monday, June 23, 2014 - 3:15pm

    Long gone are the days when the library offered just physical materials. That's a boon to everyone because our building isn't all that big. By offering digital materials through such EBookrealdatabases as Overdrive and Zinio, we can provide more materials than ever.

    However, accessing those materials can be challenging. No two databases are exactly alike, so being comfortable with one doesn't guarantee comfort with another. Plus, a database can undergo an upgrade in a moment's notice, dashing familiar ways of accessing the materials. But have no fear, we are here to help.

    Below is a series of links to documents that will provide a brief introduction to four of our digital collections. Each document includes some general facts and some navigational tips to help you make sense of what you're seeing and how to move around. They also include either a checkout process or, in the case of OverDrive, links to the checkout process broken down by the type of eReader. If you find anything is missing, or one of those upgrades happened and rendered the documentation obsolete, please let us know: tech@wilmlibrary.org

     

  • Posted on Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - 10:13am

    If you are having trouble signing up for Zinio or have not received your confirmation email, please send us an email using our contact form. Please include your name, email, and barcode, and we will set up your Zinio account for you.

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