Hoopla allows patrons to read, watch or listen content through an internet browser or download for offline use through the free Hoopla app. Great for travel! Hoopla offers eBooks, comics, eAudiobooks, movies, TV shows, and music albums.
Each cardholder may borrow 15 titles per month. The month rolls over on the 1st. Unused borrows do not roll over.
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There is no Hoopla App for the Kindle Fire Tablet, but you may stream through the internet browser (no offline availability).
Read eBooksor eAudiobooks through an internet browser or download them for offline viewing through the free Overdrive app or Libby app on computers, Android and iOS devices. Limit 5 checkouts at a time. Items may be renewed two days before due date if no one else is waiting. You can return titles early to free up your number of available checkouts.
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You can use Flipster to check out digital copies of your favorite magazines! All you need is a portable device or computer with an Internet connection and your Fremont Library card.
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Freegal offers access to about 15 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of legendary artists, and over 15,000 music videos. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 28,000 labels with music that originates in over 100 countries.
Stream full albums, playlists or individual songs ad-free for up to 8 hours per day. Download up to 5 titles per week starting each Monday at midnight. Unused downloads do not roll over.
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Stream movies through an internet browser or an app. The collection offers more than 30,000 independent and documentary films from The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, and thousands of independent filmmakers.
You get 10 play credits per month. Each movie costs one credit to play. Children's programming is available in Kanopy Kids. You can watch unlimited movies in Kanopy Kids; they do not count against your monthly play credits. Play credits reload on the 1st of the month. Unused credits do not roll over. Once you start playing a movie, you have 72 hours to complete it. You can watch the video as many times as you'd like in that 72-hour period.
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Learning and Exploration by topic.
BiblioBoard Open Access boasts a growing assortment of rich historical and locally curated multimedia content as well as high-quality Open Access content and Open Educational Resources which feature interesting digital exhibits and collections from a wide range of partners.
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