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These services are free with your valid BRPL library card.


Download eBooks from OverDrive to your computer and most portable devices including Kindles, Nooks, Sony Readers and smartphones. Check out popular fiction and nonfiction books from bestselling authors as well as classic works and children's books.


Download eAudiobooks from OverDrive to your computer and most portable devices including iPods, MP3 players and smartphones. Check out popular fiction and nonfiction audiobooks books for adults and children from bestselling authors.


Streaming video is now available from Overdrive. Watch videos anytime, anywhere, on any computer, tablet or mobile device with an internet connection, without having to download files or use special software.

Need help with OverDrive? View the Getting Started guides.

Skip the downloads and software and go straight to reading with OverDrive Read.

Do you need device-specific intructions for OverDrive?: Android, Apple iOS, eBook Readers (Adobe Digital Editions), Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kobo Tablet, Nook, Windows 8.

Do you need one-on-one help? Book a Librarian



Download and keep up to five songs each week – 260 songs over a year! – using Freegal Music, an online music service with access to hundreds of thousands of songs in over 100 genres. Song files are DRM-free, so they can be saved to any computer and used on most mobile devices and MP3 players, including iPods.


Flipster is a digital magazine service allowing users access to popular titles, such as People, Entertainment Weekly, Money and Time. Read current and back issues via web browser or custom app made specifically for the iPad or iPad mini. Download magazines to read offline, anytime, anywhere. View FAQs about Flipster.

Zinio for Libraries: Download articles and images from cover-to-cover replicas of dozens of popular magazines using your computer, tablet, or smartphone. View device-specific setup instructions for Android, Apple, Kindle, and Windows 8.


Find articles and information from newspapers, magazines, reference books, and other digital resources, on a wide range of topics including health, investments, history, literature, and current events.





Atomic Training contains more than 40,000 instructional videos for the most popular software, mobile devices, and social media including: Microsoft suite of software, Adobe software, Apple software and devices, Google, AutoCAD, Blackboard, Kindle, Facebook, Twitter, blogging, and even web development. It also includes online workshops on career and job skills. The short videos are appropriate for all ages and skill levels and include screen shots and views to make everything perfectly clear.

LearningExpress Library 3.0: A collection of practice tests, study guides, tutorials and more on a wide variety of topics, including: public speaking, writing and grammar, GED, ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, popular software, job searching, workplace skills, TOEIC, U.S. citizenship, civil service exams and licensing and certification preparation. Designed for students of all ages, in English and Spanish. First time users will need to create an account.

Transparent Language Online (Byki Online): A language-learning program that provides an effective, fun, and engaging experience for language learners of all levels.

Universal Class™: Learn something new today. The BRPL offers over 500 free online continuing education classes through Universal Class™. These self-paced, non-credit personal and professional development classes are led by real instructors who will give you continuous feedback on your progress. The diverse range of subjects include computers, resumé writing, business, home and garden, health and medicine, hobbies, and more.
*Universal Class™ is brought to you by a contribution from The Friends of the Library.*

The online resources that are accessible through the Library contain material that is subject to the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, U.S. Code). This Law governs the making of copies or other reproductions, including digital reproductions, of copyrighted material. The person using these resources is responsible for any infringement.