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OverDrive® is a growing collection of eBooks, downloadable audiobooks and videos. C/W MARS is continually adding titles to the collection so you are sure to find a great read any time! You can download and read eBooks, listen to audiobooks, and watch videos on your Windows PC or Mac computer, tablet, eBook reader (including Nook, Kindle and others), portable music player or smartphone.
1. Get your library card.
2. Browse to http://help.overdrive.com for instructions specific to your device.
3. Install required software by selecting your device:
4. Log in to our Digital Catalog using your library card number.
Over the past several years, eBook circulation at libraries in Massachusetts has skyrocketed. To meet this growing demand, libraries across the state are joining together to participate in the Commonwealth eBook Collections. This is a statewide eBook lending program that is opening up access to eBooks for Massachusetts residents.
Baker & Taylor includes popular fiction and recently published nonfiction eBooks that can be downloaded on your phone, tablet, iPad®, Nook®, or Kindle Fire® and many more! Please note that Axis 360 does not support the old Kindle Reader.
Browse, check out, and download eBooks and eAudiobooks using the Axis 360 app! It’s simple – just download the app on your device, find our library, and log in using your library card number.
The Axis 360 app is compatible with:
Learn more or download the app to your device here.
For help, visit the Axis 360 Help Site.
For instructional videos, visit the Axis 360 YouTube Support channel.
Here you will find digital collections of books, images, articles, audio and video from leading publishers and archives around the world. These materials are curated by subject and accessible from anywhere. BiblioBoard has millions of pages of curated primary source content, unlimited multi-user access and streaming audio and video. There is also a growing library of traditional publisher content including fiction, graphic novels, comics, children’s books, university press books and much more.
Mobile App to access BiblioBoard content:
EBL is a leading global eBook aggregator, serving academic, corporate and research libraries worldwide. With an extensive catalog of 125,000+ eBook titles from premier international academic publishers. Not only does EBL specialize in research materials but it also provides nonfiction for the general reader as well, including the Dummies series and children’s books.
To use EBL, you must have your library card number and password.. You will also need to create an Adobe Digital Editions Account if you don't already have one.
To download a book to your device you must have the Bluefire Reader app. From the Apple App store or Google Play Store for Android, download the Bluefire Reader app.
Once you have the Bluefire Reader app:
The Commonwealth eBook Collections project is brought to you by the Massachusetts Library System in partnership with the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners and your local library, funded, in part, by the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services.