Find plenty to listen to on your computer, tablet or mobile device. Your North Vancouver District Public Library card gives you access to downloadable audiobooks, all available to you 24/7.
A digital media service that allows you to borrow audiobooks. You borrow Hoopla titles using a browser on your computer or with the Hoopla app for Apple or Android devices.
Note: NVDPL Hoopla access is limited to residents of the District of North Vancouver with an NVDPL library card whose accounts are in good standing (i.e., less than $5 fines). If you are having trouble accessing Hoopla, please conatct E-Support.
Now you can take great books with you wherever you go! Download and read ebooks on your computer or e-reader or listen to audiobooks on your PC or digital audio player at home, in the office, or anywhere in the world.
First time user? Check out our Get Started with Library2Go guide for more information.
Note: NVDPL Library2Go access is limited to residents of the District of North Vancouver with an NVDPL library card whose accounts are in good standing (i.e., less than $5 fines). Library2Go/OverDrive recently changed the way it authenticates users to check for these requirements. If you've encountered a problem accessing Library2Go/OverDrive, please contact a librarian at any branch or E-Support to confirm your account is up-to-date. If you have having trouble accessing Library2Go, please contact E-Support.
NNELS (National Network of Equitable Library Service) is a new Canadian repository of e-audiobooks developed for the print-disabled. Talking Books patrons are able to download titles directly to their computer or request DAISY discs from their home library.
Some titles, those without copyright restrictions, are available to all library patrons. These items have “DAISY Download the Daisy file” at the bottom of the description, rather than “Login to access this item”.
Many of the titles are narrated by a computer-generated voice.
For more information, please contact Talking Books by phone, 604-990-5800 ext. 8125, or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
On the Shelf
The Library has a large selection of fiction and non-fiction in a variety of formats for those who are unable to read print material due to visual, physical or cognitive disabilities. View our catalogue of MP3 and Daisy titles or learn more about our Talking Books service.
Public Domain Audiobooks
LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain and then release the MP3 audio files back on the net, copyright free.
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