Where you recently issued a new library card number?
If so,the title on hold may have been associated with the old library card number. Don’t worry, we can take care of it! A member of the Virtual Library team can add your new library card number to your eMedia account and re-do the hold so you are number 1 again. To contact our Virtual Library team call us Monday – Friday at 702.507.6300 between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. or send us an eMail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will need your new Library card number, your name, email address and the title of the book you had on hold.
If your library card number has not changed then it’s possible your email provider has blocked the notification. Whitelisting (non-spam) our sender email address email@example.com should help ensure this does not occur in the future.
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Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
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If you don’t have WiFi access you can transfer your Library eBook to your Kindle using an USB cable. Amazon Kindle Support provides the steps to follow to do it. Go to Amazon Kindle Support downloading without a wireless connection and follow the steps. There is even a video to show you how it’s done!
I have been doing workshops all month long and many eReader owners are now reading free ebooks from the library. If you have not been able to attend one of the classes, we will be doing more classes in September. But what if you can’t wait till then? I’m making available the booklet I provide in the class which is very detailed.
I hope this makes it easier for you to get started with Library eBooks.
Please download the ebook eReader Downloading 101.
For those of you with a mobile device such as a iPad, tablet or smartphone and want to read eBooks on one of these devices please download the eBooks Mobile Devices 101.
New to eMedia? It’s easier than ever to get started! We now have step-by-step help available in our eMedia Catalog. Just click on the My Help icon on the left side bar to learn how which software to use with your device and which formats work on your device.