You can also access e-audiobooks through the Library Catalog. There, use the advanced search option by selecting "Advanced Search" underneath the search bar.
You can browse the library's e-audiobooks in the catalog by performing a subject search for "audiobook."
Or if there is a specific book, author, or subject you are looking for, you can search for that information.
You will need to make sure that you have limited your search to 'Electronic' under 'Version,' as well as both 'Book' and 'Sound Recording' under 'Formats and Media.' Selecting 'Sound Recording' will automatically check the boxes for 'Audio CD,' 'Audiocassette' and 'Vinyl LP' -- you will want to uncheck those.
Once you have search terms and have limited the results, click 'Find'!
Once you have results from the catalog, you will need to limit the search to "Electronic" and "Sound Recording" on the right sidebar.
The remaining results will be e-audiobooks.
The EBSCO Audiobooks app allows users to view and listen to titles they currently have checked out of the library collection. Users cannot browse the collection through the app, but can listen to checked out titles offline and listen to the same title on multiple devices.
The EBSCO Audiobooks app can be downloaded for free through Google Play or iTunes.
To access checked out audiobooks on the app, you must log into the app with an EBSCOhost account. To make an account:
Titles checked out to your account should appear in the app and you can then download and listen to them.
In addition to searching for all audiobooks in the library catalog, you can search for audiobooks in just the EBSCO collection that can be used with the app.
To search the EBSCO Audiobook Collection:
Once you are in the database, you can search for keywords, titles, authors, and subjects like you would in other databases.