eBooks & Tablets: The Future of Convenient Content is Here!

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Yes, as a registered user of the Winnefox Library System, you can borrow eBooks from your local library to enjoy on your Kindle, Nook, or other eReader device.  eReaders have exploded in popularity in recent months due to the release of the game-changing tablets Amazon Kindle Fire and Barnes and Noble’s Color Nook and Nook Tablet. 

Have you purchased a new eReader, and do you need a crash course on how to download books?  Are you aware Wisconsin libraries are one step ahead, and are allocating more financial resources to purchase eBooks for their patrons?  Your local librarian is your eContent Advisor, and we are here to help guide you as you explore the dynamic world of eReaders!

 

What are eBooks?

A Guide to Publishers in the eBook Market

 

Wisconsin's Digital Library  (Download eBooks & audio books)

 

Amazon Kindle

Ty's Introduction to the Kindle Fire HD (Video)

Free Kindle Reading Apps

The Kindle Newsstand

Kindle Support (Troubleshooting)

The Kindle Forum

 

Kindles and eBooks

Download eBooks from your local library on your Kindle (A Reader's Guide)

Download eBooks from your local library on your Kindle (A Tutorial Video)

Download free books from Project Gutenberg (A Tutorial Video)

 

The Nook

Download eBooks from your local library on your Nook (A Reader's Guide)

Download eBooks from your local library on your Nook Tablet (A Tutorial Video)

 

Windows Phone

Download eBooks from your local library to your Windows Phone (A Video Tutorial)