Do you have a tablet computer, Nook, Kindle or other eReader?
The library offers FREE downloads of audio books, ebooks, music and more
for your computer, cell phone, iPod, Kindle, Nook or other ebook reader…it’s a piece of cake!
If you need a little help getting started, call the library or email
firstname.lastname@example.org for a thirty minute one-on-one session with Denise.
FREE Online Magazines!
In addition to our print magazines, we are pleased to offer digital copies of more than 100 popular magazines for FREE with Zinio!
Get the exact same material you get in print—some issues even include video, audio and links! Magazines aren’t checked out, so there’s no fees AND they’re always available. You will need to enter your Alexandria library card number and an email address to create an account on Zinio. See the entire list of Magazines available here.
- TIP: If you want to select additional magazines after you have made a selection, click on the tab that says “Return to Library Collection”. This will take you to the Library’s collection of magazines.
- ZINIO IS ALWAYS FREE THROUGH THE LIBRARY. If you see a cost associated with a title you have selected, you have landed on the Zinio company’s main page, instead of going through the Library’s link to the Zinio magazine site, which is: www.rbdigital.com/clcoh/zinio. You do not need to buy!
Questions? Call Denise at 740.924.3561
No Fines, No Fees, NO Purchase!
Ohio Offers Prescription Drug Program
Ohio’s Best Rx (a free, state-endorsed prescription drug discount program) is now available to all Ohio residents, regardless of age or income.
Visit www.OhioBestRx.org to learn more about the program, download a printable card, find participating pharmacies and estimate your savings on specific prescriptions. Call 1-866-923-7879 or text OHBEST to 567899 to sign up and have a card mailed to you or pick up a card here in the library!
Record your history and find others on the same path. Ancestry Library Edition features helpful tools such as charts, summaries, calendars and message boards. Beginners can use the tools and resources in the Learning Center to: begin their family trees; get the most out of historical records; connect with other researchers; and find answers to tough research questions.
This database is available for use to any registered patron of the Alexandria Public Library.
You will have to bring your wireless access laptop to the library,
or use our computers to utilize this amazing resource.