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The City of Corona declared a local emergency on Monday, March 16 to increase efforts to protect the community from the coronavirus (COVID-19). In conjunction with the declaration of local emergency, the City of Corona will be closing non-essential facilities. The Corona Public Library will be closed beginning Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. Free online resources such as research material, eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers, and homework help are available with a Full Access Library Card, Smart Pass, or Library eCard. If you do not have a library card please register for an eCard at https://corona.bywatersolutions.com/cgi-bin/koha/opac-memberentry.pl.

 


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Take advantage of these collections that feature eBooks, Audiobooks, free downloads, and more! 

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cloudLibrary

The Library is now using cloudLibrary as the exclusive platform for eBooks & audiobooks. If you have been using Overdrive, please note that this service is now discontinued. Don’t fret; ALL our Overdrive titles are available to checkout from the cloudLibrary. Download cloudLibrary now and get set up for a new quick and simple way to explore new titles.  

How to for: Android  |  Apple  |  Kindle Fire  |  Windows

   

 

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Enki is a shared open source eBook Network that allows California libraries to own and store eBooks for access by library patrons. The eBooks available through Enki are primarily titles published by indie publishers. Through the Enki Library, patrons can checkout and download up to 20 eBooks at a time.

  Instructions for getting started with Enki:  Android, Apple, and Web Browser users

  Complete User Manual: Android I Apple

   
RBdigital - online magazines

RBdigital is the world's largest newsstand. It offers full color, interactive digital magazines for your enjoyment. Browse from the Library's collection of popular titles with no holdsno checkout periods, and no limit to the number of magazines you can download.

How to for: General User Guide  |  FAQs & Tutorials

   

Kanopy Badge Sq 1024px Kanopy is a video streaming solution offering access to more than 30,000 documentaries, movies, and educational videos from thousands of producers such as Criterion Collection, PBS, Great Courses, Kino Lorber and more. Titles are always available. There are no holds or waiting lists. Users are limited to 10 items/month. If the library's monthly quota is reached, users may have to wait until the next month to checkout.

A valid library card number and PIN will be needed to login. Once logged in with your card number, you will need to create a free account with Kanopy.

     

Kanopy_KidsKanopy Kids: Educational, Enriching, Entertaining. Kanopy’s dedication to thoughtful entertainment includes educational and engaging videos for children of all ages. Parents can trust that our catalog encourages social and emotional development, promotes respect for community diversity, and inspires creativity. Browse Kanopy Kids and discover the videos that spark children’s imagination.

Titles are always available. There are no holds or waiting lists. Users are limited to 10 items/month. If the library's monthly quota is reached, users may have to wait until the next month to checkout. A valid library card number and PIN will be needed to login. Once logged in with your card number, you will need to create a free account with Kanopy.

   

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hoopla is a digital service with an enormous selection of digital video (movies and TV shows), music, audiobooks, ebooks and comics.

A valid library card number and PIN/password will be needed to login the first time you use hoopla. Español  |  中文  |  한국어

   

 

This is a collection of links to websites that offer free downloads of eMedia.  You will not need your Library card to access these collections:

 

   

 

The University of California Press e-books collection holds books published by UCP (and a select few printed by other academic presses) between 1982-2004. The general public currently has access to 770 non-fiction books through this initiative. The collection is dynamic, with new titles being added over time.

View the University of California Press Collection

 


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