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Downloading an eBook from your local library can be a lot more challenging than simply buying a copy from an online retailer. But libraries have some really great collections of eBooks that are available for users who are able to navigate the process. This site contains tutorials that will guide you through each step of downloading an eBook from a library OverDrive collection.  You’ll find answers to the following questions:

  • How do I download an eBook to my eReader or mobile device?
  • What do the different eBook formats like Adobe EPUB, Adobe PDF, and Mobipocket mean? How do I know which ones are compatible with my device?
  • Do I need to install additional software?

To view the appropriate tutorial, select the type of eReader or mobile device you will be using to download library eBooks:

Nook, Kobo, or Sony eReader

Android, BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch

BlackBerry, Palm, Symbian, or Windows Mobile

Kindle

Device not listed? You can access a frequently updated listing of supported devices through the OverDrive Device Resource Center. Check there to see if you can download eBooks to your mobile device.