eMagazines

eMagazines

E-Media

  

Zinio for libraries has merged with RBdigital. Your username and password will remain the same.

  • Full digital copies of your favorite magazines
  • View magazines on your computer or mobile device.
  • Unlimited access to our entire collection.
  • Watch the How to Use RBDigital video for more information.

    To access the collection: 

    1. New users – click ‘Create Account’ and enter your information. Returning users – Enter the information requested and click ‘Log In’.
    2. Click on the magazine you would like to view.
    3. You will be asked to create a free RBDigital account or log in if you have an existing Zinio account. Note: please use the same email address for both accounts.
    4. Click the ‘Return to Library Collection’ tab on your browser to return to your library’s collection page.
    5. To view your magazines via a RBDigital app, use your Zinio account email address and password to log in. zinio-house-home

    Download the new RBDigital Magazines app:

    iPhone/iPad

    Android

     

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    Overdrive Audiobooks and eBooks Available From FPL!

     

    You can browse the collection, check out with your library card, and download to PC, Mac®, and many mobile devices.  Titles can be enjoyed immediately or transferred to a variety of devices, including Kindle, iPod®, Sony® Reader™, and many others.  Titles will automatically expire at the end of the lending period. There are no late fees!

    To schedule one-on-one help with FPL staff, please email support@fullertonlibrary.org

    This service is free with your library card*. Get started downloading audiobook and eBooks!

    *Due to contractual limitations, Overdrive is only available to patrons who live, work or attend school in Fullerton.

    You can also browse our books-on-CD/tape collection or check out our selection of Playaway audio books, both in the library and through our catalog.

    Here are two main avenues FPL recommends for other free audiobooks – Libraries and Websites:

    • Libraries will have new books, read by professionals and there may be a wait associated with checking the e-books out. You usually have to install software to download the books.
    • Websites will have books in the public domain (“classics” and books by authors who have allowed the rights to be used on the Internet), are sometimes read by professionals, and there is generally no wait associated with them. You may have to have some technical knowledge to download the books, but you generally don’t have to use software to get the files.

     

    Websites

    Libraries