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Downloadable Media FAQ
What is downloadable media?
Use the library’s free downloadable media services to access online resources such as eBooks, audiobooks, music, magazines, and more.
OverDrive and the library’s Indiana Digital Media collection allow library patrons to browse and download a variety of adult and youth eBooks, audiobooks, music, and movies. Many titles are available for download to a variety of devices.
Is my computer or device compatible?
OverDrive supports a variety of popular mobile devices through its OverDrive Media Mobile App. To see if your device is compatible with OverDrive Mobile App, visit the OverDrive Device Resource Center.
OverDrive Media Center is available for Windows PCs (using Windows XP or later). Windows Media Player version 9 or greater and Internet Explorer 7 (or newer) is required. OverDrive Media Center is also available for Macintosh computers, using Mac OS 10.4.9 or newer, an Intel or PowerPC processor, and iTunes version 188.8.131.52 or newer.
Adobe Digital Editions is available for Windows PCs and Macintosh computers.
If you are having problems using OverDrive Media Center or Adobe Digital Editions with your desktop or laptop computer, please ensure that your operating system, all required software (Windows Media Player for Windows PC, iTunes for Macintosh), OverDrive Media Center, and Adobe Digital Editions have the latest updates installed.
Can I renew downloaded items?
Items may be renewed on OverDrive by selecting the item cover when you are logged into your OverDrive Account and prior to the item expiring on your account. Items that can be renewed will offer you the option to Place a Hold. If there are no other prior holds on an item, the item will remain available to you for an additional fourteen days.
How can I learn more about my device or downloading library materials?
The library offers classes on eReaders, iPads, and other devices. If you need additional assistance, the library offers half hour blocks of one-on-one Wired Wednesday technology training.