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Libraries launching eAudioBook service

WORTHINGTON -- The Nobles County Library and the Adrian Branch Library, in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books (Prince Frederick, Md.), announce the launch of OneClickdigital, an online service that allows patrons to check out eAudiobo...

WORTHINGTON - The Nobles County Library and the Adrian Branch Library, in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books (Prince Frederick, Md.), announce the launch of OneClickdigital, an online service that allows patrons to check out eAudiobooks, including best-sellers, Recorded Books exclusives, classics, selections for children and young adults, and more.

       

Patrons have free access to eAudio at home, in the library or on the go. Many titles are multi-access, so multiple users can check out a given title at the same time, eliminating holds. OneClickdigital is compatible with all popular listening devices, and mobile apps are available for the iPhone, Android and Kindle Fire. OneClickdigital features an easy-to-use interface with streamlined navigation, fast downloads and automatic software updates. After a quick one-time account setup process, users will be able to checkout and download audiobooks. Live toll-free technical support is available at 1-877-77AUDIO.

Details on how to access OneClickdigital may be found at http://www.nclibrary.org/ , or by calling the Nobles County Library at 295-5340 or the Adrian Branch Library at (507) 483-2541.

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