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Smartphones, eReaders, tablets, laptops and other devices have increased the options for enjoying a good book and the Los Alamos County Library is working to stay ahead of the trend by expanding its audio book and eBook services.
All it takes is a valid library card and some free software to download best-selling and classic titles from the library’s website. The library currently has more than 1,300 titles available and is adding more all the time.
“In my opinion, this is the wave of the future and we need to be able to provide books in a format people want to have them in,” said Electronic Resources Manager Gwen Kalavaza. “We’re certainly not going to stop purchasing print editions, but we will continue to offer both.”
Patrons simply browse the downloadable catalog, check out with a valid library card and download to PC, Mac or other mobile devices. Users will first have to install free software, OverDrive Media Console for audio books or Adobe Digital Editions for eBooks.
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