Reading & Listening on a Device
Welcome to the Harvard Diggins Library e-content page! Here you can link to services that will let you read, listen, and watch on your favorite device! See below for descriptions of these services and how to begin. Additional questions? Click here to view our guide to Media Downloads.
Overdrive e-books, magazines, & audio with Libby
Overdrive media downloads are available to any user with a valid Harvard library card. Your card must be current (not expired) and should have no significant fines against it. Overdrive offers both text eBooks (ePub, Kindle, or PDF formats) and eAudiobooks (WMA or MP3 formats), magazines and videos for checkout to your device. Loans have a specified duration and your access to a borrowed title will end when the loan period expires. In order to borrow or download, you must have your library card barcode and PIN (personal identification number.) If you don’t know your PIN, circulation desk staff can help you set one for your account.
eRead Illinois with Boundless
Library cardholders in Illinois now have access to a NEW service for downloading eBooks and audio books called eRead Illinois. This service is frequently updated with new and popular books in all genres including children’s books, young adult books, and books of Spanish readers. In order to borrow or download, you must have your library card barcode and PIN (personal identification number.) If you don’t know your PIN, circulation desk staff can help you set one for your account.
Welcome to the TumbleBook Library! What is a TumbleBook? TumbleBooks are created by taking existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music, and narration to produce an electronic picture book which children can read, or have read to them. Each story comes with puzzles and games geared to ensure reading comprehension. Harvard Diggins Library is excited to bring this wonderful reading resource to our patrons and their families! Enjoy tumbling!
BiblioBoard Library of Illinois
Everyone in Illinois now has access to thousands of e-books and more, without the need of a library card! The e-book service, called BiblioBoard, accessible at the URL below, has nearly 40,000 items available at any time to anyone in the state, and the items are always available.