isnlogoINSPIRE.in.gov is your access for statewide electronic content.  Access testing ebooks and materials at INSPIRE's Testing and Education Reference Center. In INSPIRE's NetLibrary section you can access the Indiana State Library's eContent Collection.

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Overdrive link

 

 

Visit our electronic branch at the Indiana Digital  Download Center, iddc.lib.overdrive.com This collection of online digital content is easily accessed with your Library card and password. (if you need help call the library 765-743-2261.)

If West Lafayette Public Library is not your home public library, click here to see if YOUR public library is a member of the Indiana Digital Download Center  If your home library is a member you too can access this growing collection of Ebooks!

(Your home library must be member of the Digital Download Center Consortium for you to checkout Ebooks from the West Lafayette Public Library - not all Evergreen Indiana libraries are members of the Digital Download Center Consortium.  Click here to see other Ebook consortiums your home public library may be a part of - if your home library is listed you can checkout Ebooks from that consortium.)

Tippecanoe County Public Library is also in an OverDrive consortium but we felt that it would give our patrons, including our reciprocal borrowers, access to more materials if we joined seperate Indiana OverDrive consortium.

Download the Overdrive app here for iPhone®, iPad, Android, Chromebook, Windows Phone, Windows 8 & 10, Kindle Fire HD

Having trouble with your device? Overdrive help has FAQs, tutorials and other resources.

 

Other Download sources:

Project Gutenberg offers over 40,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.

archive.org The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.