Media on Demand from Overdrive

Media on Demand from Overdrive

With Media on Demand from OverDrive, you can borrow and enjoy free eBooks, audiobooks, and more from your library's digital collection. All you need to get started is an internet connection, a library card, and these three steps:

1. Find your library

Find and open your library or school's digital collection using one of the following:

2. Borrow

Borrow a title from your library or school's digital collection. You'll need a valid library card or student ID to complete this step.

3. Enjoy

You can enjoy many titles immediately online, download them for offline use, or send borrowed eBooks to a Kindle device for the duration of your lending period.

You can also transfer titles from your computer to compatible eReaders or MP3 players.

For more help using OverDrive, check out the detailed guides below.

Media on Demand from Overdrive

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We are refocusing the content that is available on the BiblioBoard platform and rebranding it as Library. The revised platform will exclusively feature content by Illinois authors, creators, and communities. Collections will include the Indie Illinois e-book collection and the RAILS Community Collections multimedia anthologies.

Over the last several years, the RAILS Community Collections have consistently experienced the most engagement from users in Illinois. Focusing on content by Illinois creators and communities will help libraries promote the Library to their patrons. It will also tie the content directly to the self-publishing services available via

The Library (Indie Illinois and RAILS Community Collections) is available to everyone in Illinois, courtesy of RAILS, regardless of whether they have a library card. Items on this platform have no holds, no waits, and can be accessed simultaneously via this link:

Access to provides geolocation-based authentication through the IP address of the user's computer or GPS coordinates of their mobile device. Anyone who is physically in Illinois can access the collection without a login. A patron who creates an optional account while in Illinois will be able to access the collection outside the state by logging into their account.

Your patrons have access to the collections through:

Subscription made possible by RAILS. No library card needed as long as you are in Illinois when you download the books.

If you are planning on traveling,setup an account, and you'll be able to download additional content while on the go!

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