NetLibrary was eBooks before eBooks were cool.
We've offered NetLibrary on the Alice Baker Library Website for over a decade. Once your NetLibrary account was set up at the library, you could access it on any PC and check out eBooks, to be read on your PC. Now, NetLibrary books can be downloaded to other reading devices. Its usability has expanded exponentially. NetLibrary books are primarily non-fiction--DIY, how-to, and research titles.
NetLibrary is now part of EBSCOhost, which offers many types of reference databases plus newspaper and magazine articles. (EBSCOhost is also a gem of a portal that we've offered for years. If you have never explored EBSCOhost, you should...)
EBSCOhost is now accessible from the library Databases page. There is no longer a need to set up a NetLibrary account at the library. If you're using a library computer, just click on EBSCOhost and then on Research Databases. The eBook Collection is the NetLibrary catalog.
If you're on a computer outside the library, click on the home access link at the top of the Databases page. You'll be asked to enter your library card number and login. Then click on the EBSCOhost link in the upper left, then on eBook Collection.
The EBSCO eBook Collection is another great way to access titles for your reading device. The best part--it's free, all a part of library services for you.