Downloadables and Apps
Load up your smartphone or mobile device with books, music, magazines, audiobooks and apps from your local Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Libraries.
Hoopla is a digital media service available through your library that you can use to borrow a great selection of movies, television shows, educational/ instructional videos, documentaries, full music albums, and audiobooks using your browser (IE8+, Chrome, Firefox, or Safari), select smartphones and tablets (latter two require an app obtained from their app stores.) Each library card holder is entitled to 5 downloads a month. http://www.hoopladigital.com
- OverDrive Help
- Device Resource Center
- Download Adobe Digital Editions software for your computer to transfer e-books to a Nook or other EPUB-compatible e-reader.
Everything for the young reader: animated, talking picture books for beginners, chapter books with narration, ebooks to read online, and a section for puzzles and games.
eBooks from OneClickdigital may be be downloaded onto eReader devices running Adobe Digital Editions.
Please refer to the following list of ADE supported devices.
Note: OneClickdigital eBooks are not currently compatible with the Amazon Kindle. OneClickdigital eBooks are compatible with the Amazon Kindle Fire(HD) through the android app available in the Amazon App store.
A mostly nonfiction eBook collection.
- Which portable devices are compatible with EBSCO eBooks?
- How can I download EBSCO eBooks to an Apple device?
Electronic reference books on virtually any subject- includes many travel guides.
Digital Edition Magazines:
Collection of popular magazines to view, download, and read using your FNSB Library card
Access research databases and articles using your Android device or iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch.- to activate this app, you need to first access one of the Ebsco Databases through the library webpage and request an authorization key.
Access your library’s gale resources, databases, and articles using your mobile device
Pronunciator apps have the same functionality as the web-based version of Pronunciator.
Live one-to-one help: Every day from 1:00pm to 12:00am Alaska Time. Help with homework, adult education, and career resources (interviews and resumes).
From the State of Alaska, Division of Libraries, Archives, and Museums.
The first producer of free ebooks, is dedicated to the creation and distribution of eBooks.
Occurs every year (March 4-10) with thousands of free offerings by indie writers and promotional material from publishers. March is also “Read an E-book Month” with promotions throughout the month. Check out this website that provides a wealth of information to the public about e-books and the latest electronic reading devices.