Jul 142014
 

overdriveMonday, July 21, 6:30 pm, Dorothy Busch Library

Do you have a Nook, Kindle, iPad, or other eBook reader? Are you wondering what to do with it? Let us help you! Please join us as we demonstrate how to check out eBooks through the Warren Public Library.

Registration is required for this program. To register, please call 586-755-5750.

Update (7/15/14): There’s still space available in this program! 

May 152014
 

icon_greenDownload FREE YA eAudiobooks straight to your earbuds this summer, thanks to audiobook publisher’s and AudioFile Magazine’s SYNC campaign!

The goal of the SYNC campaign is to encourage audiobook listening and literacy in young adults.  Each week from May 15 – August 20, 2014, SYNC will offer two free audiobook downloads. The audiobook pairings will include a popular YA title and a classic that connects with the YA title’s theme and is likely to show up on a student’s summer reading lists. For example, Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge, a story based loosely on Beauty and the Beast,  is paired with Sophocles’ classic, Oedipus the King

These items are free to download and keep, and can be listened to on a computer or transferred to many popular portable devices. SYNC eAudiobooks are downloaded using OverDrive Media Console, available here.

To get started with SYNC and for a list of this year’s titles, click here, or text syncya to 25827 to find out when titles become available.

Happy listening!

Dec 202013
 

eReadersTHE JANUARY 6 CLASS AT THE ARTHUR MILLER LIBRARY HAS BEEN CANCELLED. A MAKE-UP DATE IS TO BE DETERMINED.

Did you get an eBook reader or tablet over the holidays? If so, plan on attending one of our Get to Know eBooks and OverDrive programs in January. During this program, you will learn how easy it is to search for, checkout, and download free eBooks from the library to your computer or your mobile device.

Get to Know eBooks and OverDrive will be held at the following locations in January:

  • Monday, January 6th, 6:30 pm, Arthur Miller Branch Library. To register, call 586.751.5377.
  • Monday, January 13th, 6:30 pm, Dorothy Busch Branch. To register, call 586.755.5750.

We hope you plan on attending to learn how to take advantage of this service through the library. A valid Warren Public Library card is required to download eBooks through the library.

Dec 162013
 

Zinio.LogoWe are excited to announce we now offer digital magazine downloads through Zinio for Libraries. This service, provided through the Suburban Library Cooperative, allows you to download full digital copies  of over 90 magazines, including such popular titles as CosmopolitanForbes,  National Geographic and Newsweek. 

Checking out magazines with Zinio is easy. Simply visit our Zinio site, click on the magazine that you want, create your Zinio account, and start reading. Magazines can be read on your computer or on a variety of mobile devices with the Zinio app. Best of all, there are no checkout limits with Zinio, so there are never any late fees. You can view your checked out magazines anytime!

You can get started with Zinio by visiting the eBook, eAudiobook, Digital Magazines section of our website here. For more help, see this tutorial video or the Zinio user’s guide. For more on the launch of Zinio, see this article in the Macomb Daily.

Nov 092013
 

MeLLogoWednesday, December 4, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

Are you looking into starting a business? Do you need to find information to help your current business? If so, please consider attending the Resources for Small Business from the Michigan eLibrary seminar. The Michigan eLibrary (or MeL for short) offers a variety of electronic resources to help you and your small business. Dinah Ramirez of Gale-Cengage will show you how resources like Small Business Resource Center and Demographics Now, available through MeL and our database page,  can help take your business to the next level.

This program will be held in the conference room next to the Civic Center Library. Registration is required for this program. To register, please call 586.574.4564.