Answered By: Jeremy Darrington Last Updated: Sep 12, 2016 Views: 135
Answered By: Jeremy Darrington
Last Updated: Sep 12, 2016 Views: 135
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- The collection titles can be found through the Dixon eBooks webpage, or by searching the Library website or Catalog.
- Five titles may be charged to a patron at any one time for a two-week period. Patrons may also place holds on titles, set up wish lists, and receive reading recommendations.
- This service is free and open to members of Princeton University community.
- Most titles are in .mp3 format, though some are .wma files.
- For more information about the collection and how to use it visit Overdrive Support or contact Sandy Rosenstock.
- Princeton Public Library also has a number of audiobook collections that are available (plus many other options for popular reading and entertainment). You will need a valid Princeton Public Library card to access these collections, which are free for students, faculty, and staff of the University.
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