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Online Services

If you do not have a library card, we can create a virtual card for you. Use the Apply for a Card link below.

Apply for a Library Card

When you are asked to enter your library card number, please enter all 14 digits (start with zero) on your Orangeville Public Library card. Lynda.com and PressReader require both your 14 digit number and your four digit PIN. Browse the available databases by topic using the list on the right side of this page.

 

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PressReader provides online access to newspapers and magazines from over 100 countries in over 60 languages. Login with your library card and PIN.

Download the The PressReader app for iOS or Android to read offline. You will need to create an account with your name, password and email address for offline use. Note: the Globe and Mail is only available at library locations.

Click on the image below for a video tutorial on how to use PressReader.

Table with flower, coffee and newspaper - link to PressReader tutorial

Getting Started with PressReader - notes to help you with signing in with your library card

 

 

borrow ebooksDownload eBooks and Audiobooks 

Getting Started

 

 

Click on the image below for a video tutorial on how to use OverDrive/ Libby.

Image of an eReader - link to OverDrive and Libby video tutorial

 

Flipster

 

Download your favourite magazine or read on your mobile device.

Getting Started

 

Click on the image below for a video tutorial on how to use Flipster.

Woman reading on a tablet - link to video tutorial on Flipster

Lynda.com

 

Lynda.com offers over 4000 courses taught by industry experts in business, technology, and creative skills such as design and photography. Learn a new skill online on your own time. To get started, login with your library card and PIN.

 

Click on the image below for a video tutorial on how to use Lynda.com.

Link to lynda.com video tutorial

 

 

Tumblebooks Library

TumbleBooks - eBooks for grades K-6: includes talking picture books, read-along chapter books, National Geographic videos, graphic novels, as well as books in French and Spanish. Download the TumbleBooks app for your device.

 

Click on the image below for a video tutorial on how to use TumbleBooks.

Mother with daughter on her lap reading - link to Tumblebooks video tutorial