3M Cloud Library is a flexible, easy-to-use e-book lending system. You can browse, check out and read e-books. Using the latest mobile technology, the 3M Cloud Library offers a seamless experience that lets you explore and borrow e-books in our library, at home and on the go.
Attention OneClickdigital users: the previous OneClickdigital app will no longer allow logins as of November 2, 2015. If you have been using this app, please download and install the new OneClickdigital combined app for both ebooks and audiobooks. For a brief video about how to use the new app, click here.
Oneclickdigital, a Recorded Books company, offers downloadable audiobook and ebook selections from popular authors such as John Sanford, Charlaine Harris and Nevada Barr, Jennifer Chiavarini, and teen authors Cassandra Clare and Lauren DeStefano.
After you set up your free account on the website, you can download the app directly to your device.
You can also stream audiobooks on your desktop, laptop or device with a web-browser and an internet connection. No need for downloading! Read here for instructions.
Alert: As of Monday, July 13, 2015, Microsoft will no longer be supporting DRM (digital rights management) for WMA files for eAudio. This is a technical issue that will have an impact on some OneClickdigital users. Anyone that currently downloads encrypted WMA titles using the OneClickdigital Media Manager or downloads encrypted eAudio manually (as Zip files) will no longer be able to do so as of 7/13.
All eAudio titles in our library’s collection, including the previously indicated WMA files, will continue to be available through streaming on the OneClickdigital site and for downloading through all versions of the OneClickdigital app. Again, this impact of the Microsoft refusal to support encrypted WMA files will only impact you if you are attempting to download with the Media Manager or through manual transfer.
Zinio for Libraries is a way to read magazines from the Waco-McLennan County Library on your computer, smart phone or tablet device. It works with Windows PC, Mac, iOS, and Android devices. Just create an account on the Library's Zinio For Libraries page, then choose your magazines. Download the correct App for the device you want to use. You will also create a "reader" account in the app - make sure to use the same email for both accounts. In no time, you'll be downloading magazines from the Library's Zinio site, and reading them in your app.
These books are fiction and nonfiction in English and Spanish. They are in print and read-aloud, with AR (Accellerated Reader) levels from 1-5. Many have quizzes and teacher activities as well.
This collection of electronic books may be read on your computer while connected to the Internet. They are available through the Library Catalog by clicking on the provided link. Chapters in PDF format may be downloaded to your e-book reader or computer. Create an Ebsco User Account (free). Most titles are technical or scholarly, with some fiction included.
Gale Virtual Reference Library is a database of specialized reference sources. These reference books once were accessible only in the library, but now you can access them online from the library or remotely 24/7.
The contents are chosen by us specifically for our library.
Project Gutenberg: offers over 50,000 free and freely used ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books. Download them or read them online.