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Roanoke library now offering eBooks, downloadable audio books
Thursday, February 9, 2012 8:02 AM
The Roanoke Public Library is now offering eBooks and downloadable audio books, library Director Celia Bandelier says.
Anyone with a green Roanoke Public Library card can access the books with a password and PIN. Each user can check out up to three titles at a time for a period of seven or 14 days. Any eBook not immediately available can be placed on hold.
Roanoke residents can receive a free library card by showing a driver's license or a utility bill with the resident's current address. Those younger than 18 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian with a driver's license or utility bill listing the current address.
Anyone who is not a Roanoke resident may purchase a card for a yearly fee.
The Roanoke Public Library is part of the eIndiana Digital Consortium, which includes more than 30 libraries in Indiana that purchase and share eBooks and downloadable audio books.
For information, contact the library at 672-2989 or email@example.com.