Introducing eAudiobooks from RBdigital

The St. Louis Public Library is excited to announce that you can now access eAudiobooks, in addition to eMagazines from RBdigital. The library’s new eAudiobook collection includes over 7,000 Adult, Children, and Young Adult titles in a variety of genres, including mystery, urban fiction, science fiction, and more! New titles will be added regularly. The eAudiobooks in this collection are always available for checkout without a holds list. Over time, best seller eAudiobook titles will be added to the collection. These will be single checkout items with a holds list when a title is unavailable. Up to 10 eAudiobooks may be checked out at a time for a period of 14 days.

Access to eAudiobooks from RBdigital is easy! The first step is creating an RBdigital account using your St. Louis Public Library card number. If you already checkout RBdigital Magazines, you will use your same account for eAudiobooks. You can access RBdigital through a web browser on your desktop or laptop computer, or through the mobile app on your smart phone or tablet. The RBdigital app is available in the Apple ®App Store and Google Play ®.

Once logged in, you will notice both eAudiobooks and Magazines are displayed on the same page. Both the RBdigital eAudiobooks and Magazines are easily accessible in one spot! Browse through the titles and select the one you would like to listen to and choose the Checkout option. To access your checked out titles, select the menu button and click on Checked Out. You have the options to Play or Download the title(s). Play will stream the title on your device and will require an internet connection. Download will download the eAudiobook onto your device, making it accessible without internet.

Start listening today! For more information or questions, please contact help@slpl.org

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