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Etiwanda School District's
eBook & Audio Book Resources


OverDrive eBook Collection

    OverDrive

    STUDENTS & STAFF: Click here to log into OverDrive to check out eBooks

    What is OverDrive?

    OverDrive is the Etiwanda School District’s web-based digital library. It allows students and staff to read eBooks and listen to audio books online from any location that has Internet access or off line using a variety of eReader devices (Kindle, iPad, iPod Touch, computer, cell phone, MP3 player, Nook tablets,…). Patrons can search our virtual bookshelves for specific titles and check-out one title at a time for up to one week.

    How do I log into OverDrive?

    All students in the Etiwanda School District can access OverDrive from school and home for free by clicking on the OverDrive icon above. Students use their AR user name and password to log into OverDrive. If you have any questions about logging in, please email library@etiwanda.org.

    How many eBooks may I check out and for how long?

    For now, students and staff may check out 1 book at a time for up to one week. As our eBook collection grows, the number of books and the length of check out will expand. Once you are done reading a book, you may check it back in by “closing the book.” This will allow you to check out a new book .

    What devices support the eBooks on OverDrive?

    The eBooks from OverDrive may be read using a variety of devices. Click here to review the technical requirements for OverDrive.

    What do I do if I can’t get OverDrive to work?

    Try using one of the resources below.

  • Device Resource for OverDrive
  • OverDrive Quick Start Reference Guide
  • If you are still having trouble, contact the Library & Media Services Department at library@etiwanda.org or 909-803-3318.

Gale eBooks
  • Gale eBook Collection
    This site hosts a collection of eBooks for Etiwanda School District student use at home and in the classroom.
Other eBook Resources
  • Southern California Digital Library
    Check out eBooks, audio books and videos using your Rancho Cucamonga Public library card.
  • Inland Empire Digital Library
    Check out eBooks, audio books and videos using your San Bernardino County library card.
  • Open Library
    Funded in part by a grant from the California State Library, Open Library has a a lending library of more than 200,000 eBooks.
  • Google Books
    There are more than 3 million free eBooks available through Google Books with many others available for purchase. This service links through Google accounts.
  • Project Gutenberg
    This site offers over 40,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.
  • 600+ Places to Find Free eBooks Online
    This site lists more than 600 sites that offer legally free eBooks to download or read online.

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