Download Digital Media (eBooks, audioBooks & more)
You can download eBooks, audioBooks and popular magazines from a variety of sources:
|Download eBooks and audioBooks from Library2Go.|
|Many new release downloadable audioBooks—all iPod®-compatible—including popular best-selling titles from your favorite publishers as well as exclusive Recorded Books titles. Download from RBdigital now.|
|Download popular magazines to your tablet, smart phone or computer using Zinio!|
Streaming movies are always available with your library card.
IndieFlix offers award-winning shorts, features, and documentaries from more than 50 countries.
Available on all Internet-enabled computers, tablets (including iPad and Android), smart phones through the Web browser, and on Roku and Xbox.
|Digital talking books for people with print disabilities available from NNELS.This library is participating!
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|If our library doesn’t have what you’re looking for, find it at another library and request it to be delivered to the McBride & District Public Library. See our guidelines on borrowing from other libraries.|
|The Internet Archive is a free online library of millions of books, audio-visual resources, software, websites, and more. Notable collections include a live music archive with an extensive collection of Grateful Dead recordings; the Prelinger Archives collection of rare and obscure 1950s advertising and film clips; old time radio programs; access to nearly 3 million digital copies of public domain books; thousands of images from the Brooklyn Museum; and a collection of NASA films and images.|
|Managed by a group of research universities, HathiTrust provides Canadian users with free access to roughly 3.5 million digital books and articles. Notable collections include genealogical records, classic novels, and patent indexes.|
|Archives Canada has an extensive collection of over 170,000 digital copies of texts, images, and audio-files|