Yes! Try these resources and videos. You can access help and tutorials right from within each of the apps/websites as well.
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Borrow popular music, movies and TV shows, eAudiobooks, eBooks, eComics, and digital magazines to enjoy everywhere you have a screen: your computer, your phone, your car, even directly on your TV. You can do this setup on the hoopladigital.com website first or follow the prompts to do so after you download or add an app to your device. Download the free Hoopla Digital app from Google Play, the Apple App Store, or Amazon/Kindle, or navigate to find the app on your TV with your Roku or Chromecast device or find it for your car using Android Auto or Apple Car Play. Follow prompts to create or log in to your account.
Interested in craft videos? Hoopla has a bunch, but you can also go to lafayetteco.gov/CreativeBug to access the Library's subscription for amazing tutorial videos for all ages and abilities.
Depends on the service! Check the help in the app or website you are using.
Anything you borrow from the Front Range Downloadable Library (Libby/Overdrive/Sora) is available for a 21-day checkout, and the download will stop playing after your date. You may also return finished items early. You can borrow six items at a time, and place up to five holds. Holds can be modified to be delivered as soon as they are available, or you can freeze your hold for later delivery.
On Hoopla, you may borrow 10 titles per month if available (the Library does have a daily cap for all users - once reached, you may have to wait until the next day to borrow). You may also use a Binge Pass, that counts as a single checkout, to access multiple titles of a collection, and every month there are new Instant Borrow titles that do not count against your checkout limit.
Yes! Your Lafayette Library card number will be used to obtain items from the Front Range Downloadable Library (Libby/Overdrive), Hoopla, and ComicsPlus.
Visit our Download & Stream page for all online content options.