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ORL eBooks Collection FAQs
Get the answers for the most popular questions about downloading from the ORL eBooks Collection.
Getting Started with eBooks and eReaders
Learn how to download eBooks to your computer and transfer them to an eReader. For Kobo eReaders (Glo, Mini, Aura), Nook eReaders (Simple Touch, Glowlight), and others.
Find out more about compatible eReaders from OverDrive Help.
Do you have the Kobo Aura ONE eReader? You can borrow eBooks from the library right from the Kobo eReader itself. Learn more about using the Kobo Aura ONE from OverDrive Help.
Getting Started with eBooks and the Sony Readers
For Sony Reader Wifi PRST1, 2, or 3, or older Sony Reader models (e.g., PRS500).
Getting Started with Digital Books and Tablets or Smartphones
Download eBooks and eAudiobooks directly to your tablet or smartphone using the OverDrive App. For iPad 2 and newer, iPod Touch & iPhone, Android devices, or Kindle Fire (HD/HDX).
Getting Started with eAudiobooks and MP3 Players
Learn how to download eAudiobooks to your computer and transfer them to an MP3 player. For Sony Walkman, iPods etc.
Find out more about compatible media players from OverDrive Help.
Borrowing Digital Books from the Catalogue
Did you know that you can borrow and download digital books from the ORL eBooks collection right from the ORL Catalogue? That’s right! Browse for your print and digital reading materials in one place!
OverDrive, the company from which the library gets digital books, has a comprehensive site offering help articles on downloading eBooks and eAudiobooks.
OverDrive Device Profiles
Check to see how the eReader, smartphone, or tablet you have is compatible with borrowing digital books from the ORL eBooks Collection.
There are many ways to get in touch with the ORL...
Visit your nearest library branch.
Call the toll-free eBook Help Line: 1-855-853-2665.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, in your email, please include:
Please note that if your ORL card has expired or you have outstanding late fees of $20.00 or more, you'll be unable to borrow from this collection. Please visit your library branch to re-activate your card.