Anderson County Library’s Digital collection has a facelift.
Some of the key features include:
Browse, checkout and download digital audiobooks and e-books using your Library card 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Check out our downloadable collection in the Digital Collection to find fiction, nonfiction, and titles for teens. The Digital Collection is powered by OverDrive. To access the collection click here or click on the banner above!
The Digital Collection has downloadable audiobooks and e-books for Windows and Mac computers, as well as portable devices like iPods, Kindle, Nook, the Sony Reader, Android, and Windows Mobile phones.
Audiobooks and e-books may be checked out for 14 days; after that time, they will no longer play or open. You never have to return a title or worry about overdue fines! You may have a maximum of 8 titles checked out at one time. Software is required to use audiobooks and e-books on your computer or device. Read the Quick Start Guide for more information.
How Do I Check Out E-books for My E-reader?
Note: You MAY download e-books using your home computer or portable, wifi enabled device anywhere inside or outside the Library. Due to legal issues, you MAY NOT download e-books using a Library public computer. Anderson County library patrons that live in Abbeville, Oconee, Pickens, or Greenville County may not use the Digital Collection. To use the Digital Collection, you must either use OverDrive from your home county library, or pay the $25 out of County Fee.
Find out what devices are compatible with OverDrive audiobooks and e-books.
The OverDrive Quick Start Guide has 3 steps:
Looking for more e-books in the ePUB format? Consider one of these free public domain titles! Choose from over 15,000 titles that never expire and don’t count against your library checkout limit!
Need help? Requesting a book?
We hope you enjoy being able to borrow Overdrive eBooks from the library. If you want an eBook we don’t own, email email@example.com. We’ll try to buy it for the collection.
Wondering why we can’t get something? The following publishers refuse to sell or license eBooks to libraries:
Think that’s wrong? We do too. Click here to learn how to contact these publishers and express your opinion.Have additional questions, cannot find the answer, please contact Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.