Your library card gives you access to the OK Virtual Library (also called OverDrive), a platform that allows you to read and listen to stories wherever you are, whenever you like. There are nearly 80,000 downloadable eBooks and eAudiobooks that you can access from your web browser or via the Libby App on your tablet, smartphone, computer, or eReader.
Borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from your mobile device. All you need is your library card, a device, and internet access. It's free and easy to get started. Download the app from the Google Play Store, the Apple Store, or the Amazon App Store. If you prefer to read on your computer, you'll access Libby via your web browser at libbyapp.com.
Kindle Paperwhite users can also use the Libby app to send titles to their Kindle, or you can visit the OK Virtual Library and transfer titles from there.
Librarians at the Adult Help Desk are always happy to help you get started using Libby, or to troubleshoot any issues that arise. Stop by with your device, call (405) 372-3633 x8106 and we'll try to help you over the phone, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Want a more in-depth tutorial? Schedule a free one-on-one tech tutoring appointment with a librarian.
The OK Virtual Library has eReading rooms dedicated to user-friendly digital collections. These rooms display content tailored specifically for kids or teens. To access the rooms from the Libby app, young readers or guardians can set their Preferences to only see Juvenile or Young Adult content. They can also visit the Explore tab and navigate to the Kids or Teens Guides to browse the curated eReading Room collections.
There are a number of resources to help you get started with and troubleshoot Libby and the OK Virtual Library.