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Digital Collection Home Page

Welcome to the Digital Collection Home Page!  The library is proud to offer our patrons access to eBooks, downloadable audiobooks, digital magazines, and downloadable music.  You can access each of our digital collections below.


 

 

eBooks and downloadable Audiobooks

 BRIDGES logo

There are two requirements to use BRIDGES:  First, you must have a JKPL library card.  Second, due to the contract the consortia has with the eBook provider, access to BRIDES is limited to any patron who lives within the Dyersville city limits, lives in one of the cities that contract with the library for service, or anyone who has paid for a membership with the library.  If you live in Delaware or Dubuque County you can still borrow eBooks but you must borrow them through the library considered to be your “home” library. This would be the library in Manchester if you live in Delaware County and the Dubuque County Library System if you live in Dubuque County (not within Dubuque city limits).

 

 eBooks and downloadable Audiobooks

rb digital button

There are two requirements to use RB digital (formerly OneClickdigital):  First, you must have a JKPL library card.  Second, access is limited to any patron who lives within the Dyersville city limits, lives in one of the cities that contract with the library for service, or anyone who has paid for a membership with the library.

 


Digital MagazinesZinio logo

There are two requirements to use Zinio: First, you must have a JKPL library card.  Second, access is limited to any patron who lives within the Dyersville city limits, lives in one of the cities that contract with the library for service, or anyone who has paid for a membership with the library.

 



Freegal with listen here button

Downloadable Music


There are two requirements to use Zinio.  First, you must have a JKPL library card.  Second, access is limited to any patron who lives within the Dyersville city limits, lives in one of the cities that contract with the library for service, or anyone who has paid for a membership with the library.