Overdrive is the name of Digital resources service that allows users to download audiobooks, ebooks, magazines, videos, music to use on your personal computer, you can also transfer to a compatible mobile device.
You may check out and download the following types of digital materials using Overdrive…
To access these digital materials you need…
Download and borrow an e-book or audiobook! OverDrive will let you download (or read online) a book for 2 weeks, with renewal possible. Use it on the web or via an app.
ATSU participates in the MOBIUS OverDrive shared collection with a number of other university libraries, giving you access to a wide range of fiction and non-fiction topics. Use this for a broader range of academic resources and recreational reading or listening, enjoy ebooks and audiobooks through ATSU username and password.
NOTE: There are limited copies of each https://www.overdrive.com/book or audiobook available. If a book is already on loan, click the Hold link to be placed on its waiting list.
NOTE: There are limited copies of each book or audiobook available. If a book is already on loan, click the Hold link to be placed on its waiting list.
OverDrive includes a large number of audiobooks on assorted topics, both fiction and non-fiction.
Find and use them the same way you do e-books. They will be labeled with this symbol:
If you want to listen to an audiobook while driving or with limited access to wifi, be sure to download it to your device.
If you want to request that the Library try to add a new audiobook to the shared MOBIUS collection of OverDrive, please send its title and ISBN by email to the MO Library.
Search OverDrive eBooks. You'll need one of them the OverDrive or Libby app to read your eBooks. Libby is the most current app while but both are updated and supported. You can start step by step set up instruction on the Read in OverDrive or Read in Libby pages.