E-books and Audio Books: RBdigital (Recorded Books Digital)

The  Solomon Wright Public library have purchased a license for its patrons this year to measure interest and use for the e-books offered and the audio books that can also be downloaded.

Get started with RBdigital    logo RBdigital vertical

1. Create an account on the RBdigital website.

Go to the RBdigital page. Enter your library card number and email address, and set up a password. If you’re not sure what to choose for preferences, just keep the defaults; you can always change them later.

2. Download the RBdigital app.

You must have an app to download the ebooks.

If you are using desktop computer you need to get the desktop app (Adobe Digital Editions) to download the ebooks onto your computer.

If you are using a tablet or some type of (mobile) device such as a Kindle Fire HD, ipad, or similar product you must download the OneClickDigital app from the Android, Apple or Kindle app store on your device. Basically go to the app store on your device search for “oneclickdigital” and download the “OneClickDigital” app.

NOTE: The OneClickDigital downloading for Amazon Kindle works only for the Amazon Kindle Fire (HD) it does not work on the older models.

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3. Find titles, check out, download, and read/listen

Now that you’ve established your RBdigital account, you’re ready to check out and download e-books and e-audio. That process is fairly straightforward through the app.

  • Checkouts: 10 eBooks and 10 audiobooks
  • Holds: 10 eBooks and 10 audiobooks
  • Renewals: 1 if there are no holds
  • Loan period: Up to 21 days