Zinio Presentation


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Zinio Presentation

  1. 1. Zinio Magazines from Your Library
  2. 2. Link from wilmettelibrary.info • • Click on A-Z Databases (Research -> A-Z Databases) Scroll down to the bottom for Zinio
  3. 3. Step 1: Create New Account
  4. 4. Step 2: Fill in the form
  5. 5. Step 3: Choose a title
  6. 6. Step 4: Check it out
  7. 7. Step 5: Start Reading
  8. 8. Step 6: Sign in or Sign up for a Zinio.com account. You need both a library account and a Zinio.com account!
  9. 9. Step 7: Mobile Devices: Get the App! • Kindle Fire: If your Kindle supports Adobe Flash, go to Settings and set “Enable Flash” to “Always On.” Now you can read your magazines in your Kindle Fire’s web browser. • Newer devices do not support Adobe Flash, so you will need the Zinio app for your device. You may get an error message when you try to read a checked out magazine, saying you need to download and install Adobe Flash, but this is not possible on all devices. • To download the app, use the links at the bottom of the first page of the library’s link to Zinio. (Go back to wilmettelibrary.info, Research -> A-Z Databases -> Zinio. Then scroll all the way to the bottom of the page.) As new apps are created and updated, they will always be available here.
  10. 10. Step 8: Read! • On a computer, log in to your Zinio.com account and then simply click the cover of any magazine checked out to you to read them. • On mobile devices, use the web browser to check magazines out and the app to read them. • The app is not connected to the library, so you can’t check magazines out using the app. You have to use the library’s link in a web browser.
  11. 11. Step 9: Download! • To read your checked-out magazines when you are off-line: – On mobile devices use the Zinio app to download the magazine for offline reading. – On a computer, log in to your Zinio.com account, click on the gear at the top, right corner of the screen and choose “Help.”