New Downloadable Magazines!

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With the new year soon upon us, we have updated our downloadable magazine collection. Rolling Stone and US Weekly join a list of 36 other magazines we offer.

If you own a phone, tablet, or computer and a library card, you can now read our collection of 38 popular e-magazines wherever you are. Even better, you can check out as many titles as you want and keep them on your device indefinitely.

Library staff are impressed with the reading experience of Zinio for Libraries and believe patrons will enjoy it too. E-magazine content reflows well to fit small screens, many articles contain links to more information, and article text can be emailed. For example, the National Geographic Interactive titles have 360 degree immersive panoramas, interactive maps and other enhancements.

As with our ebooks, there are a limited number of current issues to check out, but in most cases the limit is set at 2,500 so you’ll rarely need to wait, and back issues are unlimited.

To get started, talk with a librarian or go to our downloadables page.

 

Here’s our line-up with children’s and young adult titles in orange:

American Girl Magazine
Backpacker
Better Homes and Gardens
Bicycling
Cook’s Illustrated
Dwell
EatingWell
Family Handyman
High Times
House Beautiful
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Macworld
Martha Stewart Living
Maxim
Men’s Health
Minecraft World Magazine
MOTHER EARTH NEWS
National Geographic Interactive
National Geographic Traveler Interactive
Newsweek
Organic Gardening
Outside
Popular Mechanics
Popular Science
Reader’s Digest
Rolling Stone *new addition
Runner’s World
Seventeen
Shape
Smithsonian Magazine
The Atlantic
The Economist
The New Yorker
US Weekly *new addition
Vanity Fair
Vegetarian Times
WIRED
Yoga Journal