Louisville Public Library Offers Free eBook Downloads

December 14th, 2011 · 5:35 pm @ J. Marshall Hughes  -  No Comments

Library Director Craig Buthod said the books can be downloaded to a laptop, Kindle, Nook, iPad, smart phone or other mobile device.

Users can download as many as three books at a time, with each available for a maximum of two weeks, at which point the text will disappear from the devices — avoiding any late fees. To use the system, readers will need an internet connection through a PC, Mac, iPad or smart phone, a valid library card and password, and the required free software Adobe Digital Editions. Readers with smart phones and iPads also need OverDrive Media Console or the free Kindle app.

Read Sheldon Shafer’s full article at the Courier Journal.

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