Burlington Public Library Announces Availability of eAudio, eBooks and Digital Magazines

Burlington Public Library in partnership with Recorded Books announces the availability of eAudio, eBook service OneClickdigital and digital magazine service Zinio for Libraries.

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I see all magazines going digital in the near future!

Burlington, CT (PRWEB) September 02, 2014

Burlington Public Library has partnered with RBdigital from Recorded Books (Prince Frederick, MD) to deliver two new electronic resources: Zinio for Libraries and OneClickdigital. Zinio for Libraries, awarded Best New Database of 2012 by Library Journal, is billed as the world’s largest newsstand, offering multi-user access to popular publications. OneClickdigital is an online service that allows patrons to check out eAudio and eBooks, including bestsellers, Recorded Books exclusives, classics and selections for children and young adults.

OneClickdigital provides patrons at Burlington Public Library free access to eAudio and eBooks at home, in the library, or anywhere with Internet access. Many titles are multi-access, so multiple users can check out a given title at the same time, eliminating holds. OneClickdigital is compatible with all popular listening devices, and mobile apps are available for the iPhone, Android, and Kindle Fire. OneClickdigital features an easy-to-use interface with streamlined navigation, fast downloads and automatic software updates. Live toll-free technical support is available at 1-877-77AUDIO.

Burlington Public Library patrons may now also visit the library’s website for unlimited simultaneous access to complete digital magazines. Zinio features complete, full-color, page-for-page magazines with intuitive navigation, key-word article search and interactive elements such as audio and video. Periodicals can be viewed on most Internet-enabled devices inside or outside of the library. Burlington Public Library currently subscribes to 13 digital magazines including, “Country Gardens,” “National Geographic,” “Newsweek” and “Food Network”

“Once you get Zinio set up on your device, it is so nice and easy to get your digital magazines,” said Diana Rudzinski, Burlington Public Library Assistant Director. “You can read them any time you want with no returns to worry about, and with digital copies, you don’t have to worry about recycling your old printed magazines. I see all magazines going digital in the near future!”

For more information, library patrons can go to http://www.burlingtonctlibrary.info, or address questions directly to Burlington Public Library staff members.

About Recorded Books
Recorded Books is the largest independent publisher of unabridged audiobooks and provider of digital content to the library, school, and retail markets. The company owns an exclusive catalog of over 13,500 audiobook titles narrated by professional, award-winning actors. Recorded Books provides digital audiobooks and eBooks to libraries through its proprietary OneClickdigital platform, as well as electronic resources, including digital magazines and films, through its proprietary RBdigital Gateway platform. The Company was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Prince Frederick, MD. For more information, visit http://www.recordedbooks.com.

About Zinio
Zinio is the world’s largest newsstand and bookstore. With its many digital products and services, Zinio creates better ways for people to discover published content, get more of it and do more with it. Now, readers can purchase content once to be read on any screen. Zinio provides the ability to shop for, search inside, read, share and save digital content in 23 local newsstands in any country in the world. Through the ZINIO UNITY™ reading platform, readers can move seamlessly within each publication page between text, interactive graphics, animated illustrations, videos and much more. Offering hundreds of thousands of the best digital titles, Zinio’s e-stores and applications are revolutionizing reading. Founded in 2001 and privately held, Zinio is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in New York, London, Paris, Barcelona and Taipei. For more information, visit http://www.zinio.com.