One of the most popular requests from our patrons concerns whether or not we have eBooks or Audiobooks that they can listen to. Well…
We’re happy to tell you that the Air Force provides its library users with several great tools for downloading both eBooks and Audiobooks from the internet…
Contains eAudiobooks from Recorded Books. Library patrons can search for, check out, and download eAudiobooks to a computer and a wide range of portable devices, including your iPod. You can access your library’s eContent 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
You will need to contact the Robins AFB Library to get a code to set up your account.
Providing eBooks as well as eAudiobooks to Air Force Libraries, as well as now offering music and video selections. Offers titles in a wide variety of forms, including Kindle, NOOK, and Sony Reader for eBooks, and all varieties of iPods and Apple products for the audio files.
You need to contact the Robins AFB Library to get a code to set up your account.
And: Both One Click Digital and OverDrive require to you download a media managers app to download, manage, and sync your files through.
We’d also like to remind you that we have many other online resources that we hope will benefit you, including numerous research databases, as well as Transparent Languages for learning a foreign language, and Universal Class, which provides over 500 different online courses in a variety of subjects and at different levels, all instructor-lead but self paced, and Tutor.com, which is a great resource for online tutoring and educational support, as well as many others. There’s also Peterson’s online, which provides test preparation and resources, as well as help with college planning, and a career and resume center, and Military One Source, a 24/7 resource for military members and their spouses and families.
Some of these resources do have certain restrictions or requirements though, such as: You need to physically come into the Library to register for Transparent Languages (and then you can do it anywhere online), and Tutor.com is only for active duty military personnel.
We hope that these can be of use to you and you’ll come and check them out.