17 November 2016 Get Your Head in the Cloud

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17 November 2016 Get Your Head in the Cloud

Happy customers learning how to use the libraries new cloudLibrary e-lending service.

Library users now have access to a cloudLibrary e-lending service that means you can borrow and download both e-books and e-Audiobooks from the same app.

This allows you to read or listen to the same book on various devices and the information is synchronised to go back to the last page or last piece of audio you had open.

If that sounds a little bit complex, don’t worry. You are very welcome to come along to FREE introductory sessions to learn about cloudLibrary at one of Coffs Harbour’s library branches.

The cloudLibrary app is available in the Apple store for IOS devices and Google Play Store for Androids. It is also in the Kindle fire app store for Kindle fire, or it can be easily downloaded onto any Windows or Apple laptop or desktop. cloudLibrary e-books can also be downloaded to Kobo readers too.

You do need to be a registered Library Member to access the service, but cloudLibrary does not need a separate account, so the process is quick and painless.

The next cloudLibrary Introductory Information Sessions are being run at:

Woolgoolga Library
Monday 21 November, 2pm-4pm.

Toormina Library
 Monday 28 November, 10:30am-12:30pm.

Harry Bailey Memorial Library
Monday 5 December, 10.30am-12.30pm.

To secure your place at one of the sessions, please book online via the Library website at libraries.coffsharbour.nsw.gov.au