New Streaming Services
Hoopla provides online and mobile access to thousands of movies, TV shows, music, eBooks, audiobooks and comics. Patrons can borrow, instantly stream and download free dynamic content with a library card.
Kanopy is a video-streaming platform dedicated to thoughtful and thought-provoking films. It delivers a diverse collection of 30,000+ titles, available to stream anytime and anywhere — from desktop to TV to tablet. The service showcases independent films that fuels lifelong learning.
Borrow and stream free shows and movies from your web browser, without having to download files or use special software. To get started, borrow a streaming video from Overdrive.
eBooks and eAudiobooks
Over 57,000 eBooks of enduring works of literature are available for download to an e-reader device or a computer.
Children may browse a digital bookshelf and choose from over 50 award-winning picture books to read along with or listen to.
This service provides eBooks and eAudiobooks for download to portable devices and computers. Over 41,000 eBooks and 23,000 eAudiobooks are currently available, including many recently published titles. Download Libby app for mobile devices.
An audiobook download service for Library cardholders that provides access to over 10,000 fiction and nonfiction titles, including hundreds of children's titles. Software available for desktop computers. Download app for mobile devices.
Read or listen to picture books, read classic ebooks, and play games on Tumblebooks. Some titles are also available in Spanish and French.
Now available as a free smartphone or tablet app. Search for Tumblebooks in your device's app store, and simply put in your Library card number to...
RBDigital is an online site that partners with libraries to make full-color magazines available for download. With many popular titles to choose from, magazines or eZines can be viewed in a web browser or with an app.
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eMedia Kiosks are available at all five Weber County Libraries, facilitating easy downloading of eAudiobooks and eBooks from the collection for those who own a compatible listening devices.