Use your Scranton Memorial Library card to borrow e-books, download digital audiobooks, listen to music, watch movies, take an online class or read magazines — all for free.
With your Scranton Library card you can also borrow an e-reader or tablet (iPad, iPad Mini, Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle Paperwhite, Samsung Galaxy Tab, etc.).
♦eBooks and Audiobooks, Music, Movies and TV
Start here: Download thousands of free eBooks and audiobooks, including fiction and nonfiction bestsellers.
OverDrive is compatible with most PCs, Macs, smart phones and tablets.
Want more options? Through the Connecticut State Library, you can download audiobooks and e-books from RBdigital (formerly OneClickDigital), a separate service from OverDrive. This collection includes audio from The Great Courses series.
Beyond books: Hoopla lets you borrow e-books, audiobooks, comics, movies and TV shows with your library card — instantly! No waiting for holds. No late fees. Due the recent budget cut, the library will discontinue its subscription to Hoopla as of September 30.
Universal Class is an online educational site that includes courses and videos in popular fields like
web development, computer training, general education, business, and arts, crafts, and hobbies.
Create a username and password to enroll in courses. Due the recent budget cut, the library will discontinue its subscription to Universal Class as of September 30.
Learn a new language with Mango, an interactive language-learning program complete with on-the-go app.
Mango offers English as a Second Language lessons for speakers of various languages and provides the opportunity to study a foreign language through cinema with its Mango Premiere option.
With RBdigital (formerly Zinio for Libraries), get full digital copies of popular magazines on your mobile device or computer — with no due dates!