How to Check                                            Out Library                                            Ebooks for ...
A NOTE ABOUT PRIVACYWhen you check out Library books forKindle, Amazon will:•Store your library card number in its databas...
Getting StartedYou will need:•Your Kindle.•A computer connected to the internet•A USB cable to connect the Kindle to yourc...
On your computer, start at the JCPL homepage, jeffcolibrary.org.Click Find Library Books and More.
Click Download Center.
Under “Overdrive,” click Ebooks.
To find only checked in Ebooks, check “Only show titles with copiesavailable” and click Submit.
Click Add to My eCart next to “Kindle Book.”
Click Proceed to Checkout.
Select your loan period. Click Confirm Check Out.
Click Get for Kindle. You will be taken to Amazon’s website.
Click Get library book.
Sign in to your Amazon account.
Select your Kindle from the dropdown menu, and clickContinue.
If you have WiFi, and if wireless transfer is allowed by thepublisher, the eBook will begin downloading immediately (libra...
Connect your Kindle to your computer. Click SaveFile and OK.
The-Absolute-Value-of-Mike.azw                                                               SaveSave the file to the “doc...
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For Jefferson County Public Library (CO) patrons. How to check out library Ebooks for Kindle.

Adapted from a slideshow by Wake County Public Libraries (http://www.slideshare.net/WakeCountyPublicLibraries)

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How to Get Library Books for Kindle

  1. 1. How to Check Out Library Ebooks for Kindle (For Kindle 1-3, DX, Touch and Keyboard)Adapted from Wake County Public Libraries
  2. 2. A NOTE ABOUT PRIVACYWhen you check out Library books forKindle, Amazon will:•Store your library card number in its database.•Track the books you check out for Kindle.If you have concerns about Amazon using thisinformation, do not check out Library Ebookson your Kindle.
  3. 3. Getting StartedYou will need:•Your Kindle.•A computer connected to the internet•A USB cable to connect the Kindle to yourcomputer.Note: Some titles must be transferred via USB and cannotbe transferred via wireless or Kindle apps.
  4. 4. On your computer, start at the JCPL homepage, jeffcolibrary.org.Click Find Library Books and More.
  5. 5. Click Download Center.
  6. 6. Under “Overdrive,” click Ebooks.
  7. 7. To find only checked in Ebooks, check “Only show titles with copiesavailable” and click Submit.
  8. 8. Click Add to My eCart next to “Kindle Book.”
  9. 9. Click Proceed to Checkout.
  10. 10. Select your loan period. Click Confirm Check Out.
  11. 11. Click Get for Kindle. You will be taken to Amazon’s website.
  12. 12. Click Get library book.
  13. 13. Sign in to your Amazon account.
  14. 14. Select your Kindle from the dropdown menu, and clickContinue.
  15. 15. If you have WiFi, and if wireless transfer is allowed by thepublisher, the eBook will begin downloading immediately (libraryeBooks do not work over 3G). If you don’t, click Download now totransfer via USB.
  16. 16. Connect your Kindle to your computer. Click SaveFile and OK.
  17. 17. The-Absolute-Value-of-Mike.azw SaveSave the file to the “documents” folder on the Kindle. ClickSave.
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