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Downloadable eBooks

This tweet from Harris County Public Library makes a good point:  eBooks are convenient when traveling, especially when real estate (i.e. luggage space) is at stake.

Downloadable eBooks are available 24 / 7 at our eHCPL site.

Not sure how it all works? Kingwood Library is offering an evening eBooks for iPad class on April 19th from 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM. You can register for the class here.

(image courtesy of http://ircguides.imsa.edu/ebooks)

 

Need Help with the Kindle, Nook, or iPad Santa Brought? eReader FAQs and Support Are a Click Away.

Santa and eReader a la Vanna White

So Santa left you an eReader or tablet under the tree this year and you’re really excited because nothing sounds better to you right now than escaping the holiday hullaballoo into a good book, but you’ve never owned one that came with a user’s manual before.

Whether you just have general questions about downloading free eBooks and eAudiobooks from Harris County Public Library’s Digital Media Catalog, or need step-by-step instructions in plain English, we have you covered with online FAQs and support, and if you would prefer a little face-to-face help, HCPL staff at all 26 branches can provide it.

eBook FAQs & Support:
What do I need to do to start downloading Overdrive eBooks
Android products
Apple products
Kindle and Kindle Fire
Nook and Nook Tablet
Sony Reader

New catalog access.

I would like to invite you to come browse our new touch catalog.  Today, we received an iPad that allows everyone to access our catalog with an iPad.  You will find it located on the column just inside the front part of the library.  If you can not find it, please ask.  It is a great technical toy to search the catalog while getting familiar with the iPad.

See you soon so you may explore the wonderful world of tech toys.

Digital Gadget Guides

Did you get an "iSomething" this holiday season?  Are you unsure how to work that that new gadget? Grab these books and find out what your new device can do:

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