If you use the old OverDrive app, OverDrive now encourages you to switch over to Libby
Hoopla is one of Maxwell’s sources for ebooks and other electronic media. This post looks at what they have available and how to use the service.
Since Maxwell won’t have in person programs till at least January, I’m going to start presenting Tech Programs as blog posts.
Today’s post is an introduction to OverDrive, one of our vendors for electronic titles.
From Hoopla’s May 8 blog post: Due to the overwhelmingly positive response and the continued need of our library partners and their communities, we have extended the availability of the hoopla Bonus Borrows collection through May 31! We have changed…
Announcing the National Emergency Library, a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
Overdrive/Libby and Hoopla will continue to be available for borrowing items during this time. Additionally, OCPL has other eBook collections available for the next few months. To see what’s available go to https://www.onlib.org/find/e-books-and-more and scroll down.
This collection is, of course, where to find links to Overdrive/Libby and Hoopla — our long-term providers of eBooks, eMagazines, and eMedia. It also has links to the other services we subscribe to and to some that we have temporary…