Cambridgeshire Library users will notice some improvements to the eBook service next time they use it.
A recent upgrade has given a new look and feel to the eBook service search facility and navigation – making it much easier to use. There’s now quick catalogue access meaning customers do not need to login to browse titles and the option to preview a title before downloading it. Customers can also create a wish list of favourite titles and access a link to Project Gutenberg which offers over 40,000 free eBooks to download.
Cambridgeshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Learning, Councillor David Harty said: “Many of these improvements have been the result of customer feedback – and we’d really encourage our library users to keep providing their comments. The eBook service is free to use if you are a library member and you can download eBooks onto your computer, eBook reader, tablet or smartphone.”
More information can be found at www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/libraries