Stanislaus County Library expanding online offerings


The Stanislaus County Library is expanding its downloadable content. Customers who have been able to download audiobooks since last fall, can now download or stream free music, movies and television programs through Hoopla, an online digital media service.

Library customers may borrow up to six items per month through Hoopla.

To begin borrowing online, customers need a library card to create a Hoopla account linked to the Stanislaus County Library.

Customers can also use the mobile app to access their content. Content can be checked out for time frames ranging from three days for movies to 21 days for audio books. All content is automatically returned at the end of the borrowing period, so there are never any late fees.

For more information and instructions on setting up an account, visit the Stanislaus County Library’s website.

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