Ashburton Public Library has added hoopla digital content streaming service to its services, so customers can read e-books, watch movies and TV series, as well as listen to audiobooks and music for free. using their library card.
Customers can access more than 750,000 titles by downloading the hoopla digital mobile application from their application store or online at www.hoopladigital.co.nz.
Titles can be borrowed for immediate enjoyment on your computer, tablet, phone and TV, or downloaded for offline use later.
The digital hoopla collection includes fan favorite movies, recently released albums, hit New York Times titles, and exclusive STEAM educational content.
Ashburton District Council Community Services Group Director Steve Fabish said library staff were excited to add hoopla to their services and could help patrons find their way. to throw.
“They can show people how it works and what to do on their devices. It really complements the library’s collection strategy and reinforces its reputation as a decidedly modern library.
About digital hoopla
hoopla digital is a category creation service that partners with public libraries in North America, Australia and New Zealand to provide online and mobile access to thousands of movies, TV shows , music, e-books, audio books and comics. With hoopla digital, patrons can instantly borrow, stream and download dynamic content with a valid library card. All content is accessible via the digital hoopla mobile application and online at www.hoopladigital.co.nz.