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Digital Resources

Overdrive / Libby for Ebooks & Eaudiobooks

SUPPORT FOR OVERDRIVE

Checkout Time Policies for Titles in Wisconsin's Digital Library
MCFLS Staff Training Presentation Dec 12, 2019 at MCFLS (Online Video  | Google Slides)
WPLC's OverDrive Course
MCFLS Getting Started with OverDrive Chart by Device (PDF)
OverDrive Status Page
Setting your Reading History in the OverDrive & Libby Apps (NOTE: CountyCat only shows your current loans and holds but does not offer a history of past titles)
Top Ten Libby & OverDrive Questions Answered
 

HELP FOR THE AMAZON KINDLE & KINDLE FIRE TABLETS

Kindle Readers only support OverDrive e-books. Kindle Fire, Fire HD, or Fire HDX tablets support OverDrive/Libby e-books and e-audiobooks. SEE ALSO: Amazon's Kindle App Help.

Kindle Readers

Patrons can log into Wisconsin's Digital Library site and after borrowing a title, choose to Download to use with the Kindle. The person will need to log into his/her Amazon account page and add the book to his/her Kindle. From there click Get Library Book.


 

Kindle Fire Tablets

 

SUPPORT FOR LIBBY    

 

OverDrive for IOS (iPhone/ iPad/ iPod Touch) and Android

To download e-Books through OverDrive on a tablet or E-reader, users should use OverDrive's Libby App, available through the device's App Store

Get the Libby app      

Get Libby from the Windows store

Watch the Libby app (1:09)
Libby Help by Category
Libby Troubleshooting Help
Support information (checklist) to gather and send to MCFLS