eAudiobooks are electronic audio books that can be downloaded and played on a computer or transferred to a portable listening device such as an MP3 player.
Go to the Logan Library's OneClickdigital eAudiobooks subscription. When creating an account for the first time, make sure to enter your library card number in ALL CAPS. For example, BLOG0001234567.
Anyone who wants the convenience of downloading and listening to eAudiobooks on their own computer or MP3 player.
Go to the Pioneer OneClickdigital website.
We add about 30 new eAudiobook titles each month.
Yes. You will need your Library Card number and PIN number to login to OneClickdigital eAudiobooks from home.
Yes. In addition to your library card and PIN number, you need a OneClickdigital account to download eAudiobooks. A free preview is available for most eAudiobooks, but you must first create an account to download complete eAudiobooks. To create an account, go to OneClickdigital and click the Create New Account link in the top right corner of the screen.
We recommend using the OneClickdigital MediaManager to listen to eAudiobooks, manage downloads, and transfer books to your portable listening device. The MediaManager is available as a free download from the OneClickdigital website on any "Title Detail" page.
To listen to an eAudiobook in a car, you'll need a radio transmitter or other device adapter that works with your portable listening device and car stereo. Contact your device manufacturer for specific requirements.
The easiest way to tranfer an eAudiobook is to use the OneClickdigital MediaManager.
If you are interested in NetLibrary eAudiobooks, you might find the following databases useful: