Lincoln Library has access to eBook, eAudiobook, music, and video downloads from Library On The Go (OverDrive). Only direct cardholders of participating libraries may use this service. Note that new library cardholders might need to wait a couple of weeks for the library card to be added to the OverDrive database. Also, be sure your library card doesn't expire or it will no longer work in Library On the Go after a few weeks.
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Lincoln Library offers electronic access to audiobook titles that can be downloaded to MP3 players and iPods. All titles are iPod-compatible. This service is available only to Lincoln Library cardholders through Recorded Books. Customers can download audiobooks at home onto their own portable players for a period of 1-21 days.
To get started, use your Lincoln Library card to set up a new account. This can be done at home. Then download the OneClick digital media download software. Find an audiobook, download it, and transfer to a device, or just listen to it on your computer.
OneClickdigital now offers apps for both the iPhone and the Droid. Any smart phone or tablet running the Droid Operating System will have access to the OneClickdigital app. Users can find the app for free at the Google Play Store by searching for OneClickdigital. iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users will find the app in the iTunes store.
This is a collection of mostly nonfiction online books to read or browse. It is possible to browse by subject category. Just click the eBooks link at the top left of the screen. Note that these titles cannot be transferred to portable devices, but they can be accessed by portable devices with Internet connections. Home access is by Lincoln Library card number.