eMedia

An Upper Sandusky Community Library card gives patrons access to digital media through the Ohio Digital Library and hoopla. Make sure to have your library card handy to log into your account. 

 

Ohio Digital Library

 

The Ohio Digital Library is a program of the State Library of Ohio and is supported in whole or in part by federal Institute of Museum and Library Services funds, awarded to the State Library of Ohio. Patrons can access ebooks, digital audiobooks, digital magazines, comics, and graphic novels at https://ohdbks.overdrive.com/ or by downloading the Libby app

 

hoopla digital

Hoopla is a digital media service offered through Upper Sandusky Community Library that allows patrons to borrow over 750,000 titles across a variety of formats. From movies, TV shows, and music to audiobooks, ebooks, and comics, these materials can be streamed or downloaded on your computer, tablet, phone, and TV. All you need is your USCL library card to sign up!

How to access hoopla:

  • Website (streaming content only, will not work on browser with mobile device): hoopladigital.com
  • Mobile apps: Apple or Android. Streams by default over data or Wi-Fi. Materials can be temporarily downloaded to the app and stored on your device or SD card, though you can’t keep or transfer the files to another device or program. Set top boxes (streaming content only): Android TVApple TV,  Chromecast, Fire TVRokuAmazon Alexa

For parents, there is a special feature on hoopla’s homepage called KIDS mode. Click on KIDS in the top right of the page and you’ll be switched to a kid-friendly setting to find materials for those aged 12 and under. You can switch this option off by clicking KIDS again.

 

Black block text: BookPage. Text immediately below says America's Book Review.

BookPage is a monthly book review publication distributed to 400,000 avid readers through subscribing bookstores and public libraries. Founded in 1988 and located in Nashville, Tennessee, BookPage serves as a broad-based selection guide to the best new books published every month. Physical copies are available each month at the library's front desk. Click below to read the latest digital issue.

 

 

Text says Booklist. Underneath that text says Leading book discovery.

Booklist Reader is a new digital library patron–facing magazine featuring diverse readers' advisory recommendations for readers of all ages. Each month, Booklist Reader will showcase top-10 lists, must reads, interviews with (and articles by) top authors and illustrators, and adult, youth, and audio recommendations. Click the image below to check out the latest issue.

Front page of the September issue of Booklist Reader. Image of a justice statue with text to the right of magazine content.