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OverDrive Media Console App The Charles Sturt Library Service now offers a large collection of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers including classics, new releases, non fiction and bestsellers.

eBooks & eAudiobooks


eBooks & eAudiobooks

You can download eBooks and eAudiobooks via your compatible eReader, iPad, smart phone, mp3 player, PC and laptop. (Please note that Kindle e-readers are not currently compatible with the Overdrive library eBook service in Australia)

You will need:

  • a valid library card
  • internet access (free WiFi is available at all Charles Sturt libraries)
  • OverDrive's mobile app or software

How to install the app or software

Choose your device:

Android Kindle NOOK tablets
Chromebooks Kindle Fire tablets Windows
E-Ink readers Kobo tablets Windows 8 & RT
iOS (iPad/iPhone) Mac Windows Phone
iPod MP3 players  

Browse the eBook collection

eBook Collection

Further Information

There is a limit of 10 books per customer which expire at the end of the due date.

By default, your loan period is set to 21 days, but can be changed to 7 or 14 days in your account settings.

Need a hand?  Try the following help page or book into one of our ‘iPad basics’ or ‘Computer basics’ sessions in our Digital Hub

Enjoy your selection!


eBook Devices

zinio - logo Zinio Digital Magazine Collection - Free Access to our Zinio eMagazine collection. Download our eMagazines onto your PC or tablet device.
Read your eMagazines

How to use Zinio for Libraries (955 kb)
Zinio Help

Opening the door on more eMagazines

Access over 400 magazines free and online…

From August 1st 2015 there will be a new state wide subscription to Zinio Digital Magazines for Libraries. The number of magazines available will increase to over 400 with a strong focus on Australian magazines.

Library customers who have been using Zinio through our Charles Sturt subscription will be required to create a New Account at the commencement of the new subscription. This will only be necessary once and we apologize for any inconvenience.

The functionality will remain the same; there will still be no need to put magazines on hold and there will be no limit to the number of issues that you can borrow.  All borrowed items can be kept indefinitely, which means no overdue fees. Any magazine issues which have already been downloaded will remain on your device.

However the new subscription will only start accruing back issues from August 1st.  Consequently, if you are particularly interested in back issues that are part of our current collection, please download these before the end of July 2015 if you wish to keep them.

Find out more about the changes to Zinio Digital Magazines:

Zinio Digital Magazines for Libraries - Frequently Asked Questions (93 kb)

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