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Library featured in Morning Sentinal article about ebook use

The Morning Sentinal has published an in-depth article on ebooks and their impact on libraries in its Sunday, Oct. 13 issue. The article features our library, but draws from Maine and U.S. sources as well. Link to the article here. . . . → Read More: Library featured in Morning Sentinal article about ebook use

EBook downloads now available for Kindle Readers

On September 23, OverDrive announced that Kindle devices will now be able to download eBooks from the InfoNet download site. While you can search and select ebooks from the Download Library through your Kindle browser, you cannot successfully download it directly from there. You must use a computer’s browser to download ebooks to your Amazon account and transfer them to your Kindle. For full instructions on downloading to Kindle (and other readers, as well), Portland Public Library has a great instruction set for downloads. . . . → Read More: EBook downloads now available for Kindle Readers

Interlibrary Loan FAQ

Interlibrary Loan is a way of extending our collection by borrowing from other libraries around the state and nation. Books are mailed to the library or delivered once a week by van from other Maine libraries. In the past, people paid postage to send their books back. That is no longer the case, although some restrictions may apply to the number of books requested each month, especially if they have to come from out-of-state libraries. . . . → Read More: Interlibrary Loan FAQ

eBook/Audiobook Download Library

On March 1, the Wilton Library joined other Maine libraries in making downloaded eBooks and audio books available to its patrons. Look for the Download Library logo in our links (left sidebar) to go to the Maine InfoNet download page. . . . → Read More: eBook/Audiobook Download Library

Downloadable Audio and Ebooks Coming

We are pleased to announce that at the end of February, 2011, we will be offering downloadable audio books and ebooks for WFPL patrons. More than 1,400 books including best-selling fiction, non-fiction, young adult and children’s content will be available through Maine InfoNet as downloadable eBooks. This is in addition to the ever-growing collection of downloadable audiobooks, currently totaling over 1,800 titles. . . . → Read More: Downloadable Audio and Ebooks Coming

Director’s Blog: Ebook survey responses

Here’s a link to a PDF file that shows the survey results and how to learn more about downloadable ebooks and audio books. . . . → Read More: Director’s Blog: Ebook survey responses

Snapshot Day Results

Snapshot Day 2010 November 9, 2010

Sample questions: Do 19th century agriculture books have any value? Help with materials to support learning Italian. Request for DVD on fly-tying. New homeowners on Wilson Stream in Wilton interested in articles on the floods of 1987 and 1953. Counseled homeschooling mom. Helped grandparents find books for child . . . → Read More: Snapshot Day Results