Need something to read, watch, or listen to while you're unable to visit your library? You can use your library card to enjoy these five digital library collections anywhere.
1. Read eBooks and listen to audiobooks from OverDrive.
Visit our eBooks or Audiobooks page for more staff picks. You can also get personalized recommendations without coming to the library! Tell us what you like to read in our BookMatch form. We'll send you a list of suggestions.
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Not sure which app to use? Check out our What’s the Difference? OverDrive, Libby, and RBdigital Apps post.
2. Stream indie films, world cinema, classics, and more on Kanopy.
Tired of scrolling by the same films on your streaming site? Try something new with Kanopy, a streaming service you can use with your library card. Check out Bettina's picks for 5 movies to watch during Women's History Month. Try Britta's Based on Books picks for films that are based on books. Learn something new by watching The Great Courses.
Visit our Movies and TV page for more staff picks.
Stream movies on Kanopy now.
3. Borrow on-demand music, movies and TV, or comics on hoopla.
Enjoy ad-free music, movies and TV, and comics anytime, anywhere.
Listen to top new albums. Discover emerging artists. Stream albums by albums by artists who were scheduled to appear at SXSW. Explore popular tv genres like comedy, crime, or drama. Work on your fitness goals with yoga, dance, and fitness videos. Read graphic novels from Seattle alternative comics publisher Fantagraphics. While you wait for Emerald City Comic Con to be rescheduled, check out comics by artists who were scheduled to attend.
Borrow music, movies, or comics on hoopla now.
4. Catch up on the latest issues of popular magazines from RBdigital Magazines.
Whatever you're into, there's a magazine for that. Instantly download full issues of your favorite magazines.
Visit our Magazines and Newspapers page for more staff picks.
Read magazines on RBdigital now.
5. Get full articles from The New York Times.
Stay current by reading the latest articles from The New York Times online. Use your library card to get free, unlimited access.
Read articles from The New York Times.
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