eLibrary - eBook, eAudiobook and eMagazine loans
From 14th December 2017, our eBook and eAudiobook collection has moved from Overdrive to BorrowBox.
What will happen to the book I am currently reading?
If you have a title downloaded on your device, you will be able to finish it to the end of the expiry date. However, if you are reading the title in your browser without having downloaded it you will lose it.
What will happen to eBook/eAudiobooks I still have on hold with Overdrive after 14th December 2017?
We apologise for any inconvenience, but all holds will disappear. You will need to place fresh holds on any titles that you had on request.
What will happen to titles on my bookshelf and wish list?
These items will no longer be available to access from your account. You will find a wide range of both eBooks and eAudiobooks with our new supplier, BorrowBox.
What will happen to my Overdrive App?
From 14th December, your Overdrive app should be deleted from your device. You will need to download the BorrowBox app. The BorrowBox app incorporates a dedicated eBook reader and eAudiobook player and is available from the App Store and Google Play. You can install it on all of your mobile devices for free
We offer an eLibrary service to all members of Derby Libraries.
What is available?
- eBooks - digital books that you can view on your computer or mobile reading device.
You can also access eBooks and eAudiobooks from our library catalogue
Before you download an eBook from our catalogue we recommend that you download and install the BorrowBox App.
We recommended you visit the help page which offers guidance on getting started, what devices and apps are compatible and general information on eBooks and Audiobooks.
- eAudiobooks - spoken word recordings that can be played on your computer or mobile device
- eMagazines - you can download latest editions of your favourite magazines - read the how to get started guide below to find out more. You must be aged 18 and over to access the eMagazine service.