The Pikes Peak LIbrary District’s CyberShelf holds a wide variety of digital materials. For more information about how to use CyberShelf, watch this PPLD Video. Other sources to consider: eBooks: Through CyberShelf, you can get eBooks from several sources, such as OverDrive, which provides access to titles from 1,000 publishers; more than 20,000 titles are available through Freading; TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love; the Gale Virtual Reference Library contains reference eBooks on variety of subjects, including history, science, government, and more. eAudiobooks let you download (in MP3 or WMA formats) from one of two services: OverDrive, which hosts digital titles from more than 1,000 publishers; and OneClickdigital, which provides access to more than 3,400 audiobook titles published by Recorded Books. eMagazines: Zinio provides thousands of publications on a wide range of topics – a digital newsstand – with complete content from cover to cover. eMusic: Download up to three songs a week for free through Freegal. This service, which provides access to the catalog of artists in Sony Music Entertainment, will work with any MP3 player, including iPod, and can be loaded into iTunes. eVideos: Get popular shows like The History Channel’s Modern Marvels and Biography, as well as Food Tech, Clash of the Gods, and Haunted History. For more information, go to PPLD.ORG.