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Boundless (formerly Axis 360)

Baker & Taylor's Axis 360 is now Boundless with an improved look and feel for e-book readers and audiobook listeners!

Boundless (formerly Axis 360)

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Boundless (formerly Axis 360)

Browse, check out and download e-books and audiobooks to your computer or device.

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FAQs

  • Android Tutorial | iOS Tutorial | Kindle Fire Tutorial

    Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)
    Install the Boundless app and log in
    • In the app store on your device, search for “Boundless” and follow the prompts to install it. You will need your Apple ID or Google Play Store username and password.
    • Once the app is installed, open it and search for "Jefferson County Public Library" at the Welcome screen, then tap on Jefferson County Public Library (make sure the address is in Colorado).
    • Enter your Jefferson County Public Library card number (Library ID), and tap log in or sign in.

     Profiles

    • Similar to many popular online streaming services, you will now have the option to create up to five profiles under a single library card for a more personalized experience based on age. For example, teen profiles display only young adult or children’s materials, and kid profiles only display children’s materials. Profiles are completely optional and can be added or deleted at any time. 
    • Enter a profile by tapping on it.
    Search or Browse
    • Use the search box at the top to search for a title, author, or keyword. Use the refine/equalizer icon () in the top right to filter and sort the search results.
    • Or, tap on the Browse icon at the bottom and use the refine/equalizer icon () to filter by subject, genre, format, availability, etc.
    • The format (e-book or audiobook) is indicated at the bottom of each book jacket.
    • When the book jacket has a diagonal banner that says Waitlist, the title is checked out and you may place a hold. Titles without that banner are available for check out.

     Check Out and Read/Listen

    • When you find an available title, tap on the cover and then tap Checkout. The title will download automatically and then open. If it does not, tap Download.
    • To read or listen to your title, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts, then tap Read/Listen or Continue.
    • When reading an e-book, tap anywhere on the screen to reveal menu options such as table of contents, bookmarks, adjusting font size and type, etc.
    • When listening to an audiobook, use the menu items at the top and bottom to adjust audio speed, bookmark, or set a sleep timer.
    • To close the book, tap on the screen and then the back arrow. Your place is automatically bookmarked.

    You may check out 99 titles at one time.

    Place a hold
    • To place a hold on a title that is checked out, tap on the cover and tap Place Hold. If you entered an email address in your profile, you’ll receive an email notice when your hold is ready to check out.
    • Once the title is ready to check out, go to My Shelf, then Holds and tap Checkout next to the title.

    You may have 70 titles on hold at one time. You have three days to check out a hold once it becomes available for you.

    Early returns and renewing
    • Items are automatically returned after 21 days and there are no late fees. To return a title early, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Return and Ok.
    • If a title does not have holds, you will be able to renew it within three days of its due date. To renew, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Renew. Next, to reactivate the title, tap the three dots again and Remove, then Download Now.
  • Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    In a browser, visit our Boundless collection: jeffco.boundless.baker-taylor.com. Click Sign In in the top right, then enter your library card number.

    Profiles
    • Similar to many popular online streaming services, you will now have the option to create up to five profiles under a single library card for a more personalized experience based on age. For example, teen profiles display only young adult or children’s materials, and kid profiles only display children’s materials. Profiles are completely optional and can be added or deleted at any time. 
    • Enter a profile by clicking on it.
    Search or Browse
    • Use the search box at the top to look for a title, author, or keyword. Use the filters on the left to filter and sort the search results.
    • Or, from the menu at the top left, select Browse. Use the filters on the left to filter by subject, genre, format, availability, etc.
    • The format (e-book or audiobook) is indicated at the bottom of each book jacket.
    • When the book jacket has a diagonal banner that says Waitlist, the title is checked out and you may place a hold. Titles without that banner are available for check out.
     Check Out and Read/Listen
    • When you find an available title, click on the cover and then Checkout.
    • Under your checked out title, click Read or Listen to open the title. You might need to allow pop-ups.
    • For e-books, click anywhere in the screen to reveal menu items at the top right, table of contents at the top left, and a progress bar along the bottom. Use the menu items to change font size, use bookmarks, or search within the text.
    • To download an e-book for offline reading, click the three horizontal lines on the top left to see the Main Menu. (Only e-books can be accessed offline at this time.)
      • Click Offline Access and wait for it to download. You will get a success message. Some browsers will ask you if it's okay to store files on your computer, and you need to select Yes.
      • Create a browser bookmark so you can return later to the book.
      • When you use the bookmark to return to the book, you will be prompted to enter your Library ID (your library card number).
    • For audiobooks, use the menu items at the top right to adjust audio speed, bookmark, or set a sleep timer.
    • It is not currently possible to download audiobooks for offline listening.
    • To close the book, close the browser tab. Your place is automatically bookmarked.

    You may check out 99 titles at one time.

    Place a Hold
    • To place a hold on a title that is checked out, click on the cover and click Place Hold. If you entered an email address in your profile, you’ll receive an email notice when your hold is ready to check out.
    • Once the title is ready to check out, click on My Shelf, then Holds, and then Checkout.

    You may have 70 titles on hold at one time. You have three days to check out a hold once it becomes available for you.

    Early Returns and Renewing
    • Items are automatically returned after 21 days and there are no late fees. To return a title early, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Return and Ok.
    • If a title does not have holds, you will be able to renew it within three days of its due date. To renew, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Renew. Next, to reactivate the title, tap the three dots again and Remove, then Download Now.
     
  • Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    In the browser on your device, visit our Boundless collection: jeffco.boundless.baker-taylor.com. Tap Sign In in the top right, then enter your library card number.

    Profiles
    • Similar to many popular online streaming services, you will now have the option to create up to five profiles under a single library card for a more personalized experience based on age. For example, teen profiles display only young adult or children’s materials, and kid profiles only display children’s materials. Profiles are completely optional and can be added or deleted at any time. 
    • Enter a profile by clicking on it.
    Search or Browse
    • To search: Use the search box at the top to look for a title, author, or keyword. Use the refine/equalizer icon () to filter and sort the search results.
    • To browse: From the menu at the top left, select Browse. Use the refine/equalizer icon () to filter by subject, genre, format, availability, etc.
    • The format (e-book or audiobook) is indicated at the bottom of each book jacket.
    • When the book jacket has a diagonal banner that says Waitlist, the title is checked out and you may place a hold. Titles without that banner are available for check out.
     Check Out and Read/Listen
    • When you find an available title that you would like to check out, tap on the cover and then tap Checkout.
    • Under your checked out title, tap Read or Listen to open the book.
    • For e-books, tap anywhere in the screen to reveal menu items at the top right, table of contents at the top left, and a progress bar along the bottom. Use the menu items to change font size, use bookmarks, or search within the text.
    • To download an e-book for offline reading, tap the three horizontal lines on the top left to see the Main Menu. (Only e-books can be accessed offline at this time.)
      • Select Offline Access and wait for it to download. You will get a success message.
      • Create a browser bookmark so you can return later to the book, or add the page to your home screen.
        • On iOS devices, tap the share icon, then Add to Homescreen.
        • On Android devices, tap the menu (might be three dots at top or bottom) and selecting Add to Bookmarks or Add to Homescreen.
      • When you use the bookmark or icon on the homscreen to return to the book, you will be prompted to enter your Library ID (your library card number).
    • For audiobooks, use the menu items at the top right to adjust audio speed, bookmark, or set a sleep timer.
    • It is not currently possible to download audiobooks for offline listening.
    • To close the book, close the browser tab. Your place is automatically bookmarked.

    You may check out 99 titles at one time.

     Place a Hold
    • To place a hold on a title that is checked out, tap on the cover and tap Place Hold. If you entered an email address in your profile, you’ll receive an email notice when your hold is ready to check out.
    • Once the title is ready to check out, tap on My Shelf, then Holds, and then Checkout.

    You may have 70 titles on hold at one time. You have three days to check out a hold once it becomes available for you.

     Early Returns and Renewing
    • Items are automatically returned after 21 days and there are no late fees. To return a title early, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Return and Ok.
    • If a title does not have holds, you will be able to renew it within three days of its due date. To renew, tap on My Shelf, then Checkouts. Tap on the three vertical dots at the bottom right of the book jacket, then Renew. Next, to reactivate the title, tap the three dots again and Remove, then Download Now.

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BiblioBoard Library

Available apps:

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Get Axis 360 App in Play Store, opens an external site

Get Axis 360 App in Amazon Store, opens an external site

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BookFlix

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Gale eBooks

(Formerly Gale Virtual Reference Library)

Gale eBooks

Hoopla

Available apps:

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Get Axis 360 App in Amazon Store, opens an external site

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FAQs

  • Step-by-step instructions (Printable version)

    Create your Hoopla Account

    In a browser, go to hoopladigital.com and click Get Started Today. Follow the steps to set up your account:

    1. Find Jefferson County Public Library.
    2. Enter your library card number.
    3. Enter your email address and a password.
    Search, Browse and Borrow
    1. Click on Browse and choose Audiobooks, Movies, Music, Comics, E-books or Television, or use the Search box to find a specific title.
    2. To check out a title, click or hover on the cover image, then click Borrow.
    Amazon Fire TV
    1. After you create your Hoopla account, go to the Fire TV app store on Amazon and search for "hoopla." Select the Fire TV device on which you’d like to install the app and click "deliver."
    2. In a few moments, you should see the Hoopla app. It might be at the very end of the "Your Apps and Games" section. Once you find the app, you can press the option button to choose to move it higher on the list.
    3. Open the Hoopla app and sign in with your account.
    4. At the top of the next screen a 4-digit code is displayed. Using a mobile or desktop browser on another device, visit hoopladigital.com/link and enter the code.
    Android TV
    1. After you create your Hoopla account, search the Play store on your Android TV for the Hoopla app, and install it.
    2. Open the Hoopla app and sign in with your account.
    3. At the top of the next screen a 4-digit code is displayed. Using a mobile or desktop browser on another device, visit hoopladigital.com/link and enter the code.
    Apple TV
    1. After you create your Hoopla account, search for the "hoopla" app in the Apple TV app store, and install it.
    2. The app opens on a welcome screen. Click to open the next page and sign in.
    3. At the top of the next screen a 4-digit code is displayed. Using a mobile or desktop browser on another device, visit hoopladigital.com/link and enter the code.
    Chromecast
    1. After you create your Hoopla account, go to the app store on your device, search for the “Hoopla digital” app, and install it.
    2. Open the app and sign in with your account.
    3. Plug Chromecast into your TV, then connect the USB power cable to your Chromecast.
    4. Plug the other end of the USB cable into either an open USB port on your TV, or the included power adapter that plugs into an outlet.
    5. Open the Hoopla app on your device. You will see the Cast button in the top right hand corner. Tap this button and you will be shown a list of available Chromecast devices.
    6. Select the one you wish to cast to. Once the connection is established, the button will change, letting you know that the app is ready to cast.
    7. Start playing a video and it will be handed off to Chromecast for you to enjoy on your TV screen.
    8. You can control the playback by tapping on the small bar at the bottom of your mobile device’s screen, which will bring up the full screen controls, including a progress bar, access to the subtitle/closed captions selector, play/pause, etc.
    9. To access the volume control, tap the Cast button and you will see a slider allowing you to adjust the volume.
    10. To stop casting, tap the Cast button in the top right corner and Stop Casting.
    11. Your smartphone or tablet must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your Chromecast or TV with Chromecast built in.
    Roku
    1. After you create your Hoopla account, navigate to Streaming Channels, on your Roku, then Search Channels, and search for "hoopla." Click to add the channel.
    2. Select the Hoopla channel from your channels, and sign in with your account.
    3. At the top of the next screen a 4-digit code is displayed. Using a mobile or desktop browser on another device, visit hoopladigital.com/link and enter the code.
  • Video tutorial, opens a new window

    Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    Create Your Hoopla account

    In a browser, go to hoopladigital.com and click Get Started. Follow the steps to set up your account:

    1. Find Jefferson County Public Library.
    2. Enter your library card number.
    3. Enter your email address and a password.
    Search, Browse and Borrow
    1. Click on Browse and choose Audiobooks, Movies, Music, Comics, E-books or Television, or use the Search box to find a specific title.
    2. To check out a title, click or hover on the cover image, then click Borrow.
    3. Click Play to listen or watch, or Read to open an e-book. (A safe browser plug-in called Widevine Media Optimizer might be required on Firefox. Follow prompts to install. Go to www.hoopladigital.com/support for troubleshooting.)
    4. Borrowed titles are listed under My Hoopla. From here you can:
      • Play, listen or read the title.
      • See when it will be returned.
      • Return it early.
      • Add it to your Favorites (heart icon).

    Notes

    • Hoopla content is only available via streaming on computers, requiring an internet connection.
    • All of the titles are available all of the time, so there’s no requesting or waiting.
    • Jefferson County residents may borrow 10 titles per month, and the count resets the first of the month. In addition to each person having a lending limit of 10 titles per month, we also have a daily, system-wide budget limit, which reset at midnight. If you encounter a limit, add your items to your “Favorites” and try again after midnight.
    • Titles are automatically returned at the end of the check-out period, which is 3 days for videos, 7 days for music, and 21 days for audiobooks, e-books, and comics. If you are not finished, you are welcome to borrow it again. Music titles can be borrowed only 2 times in 1 month.
  • Android Tutorial, opens a new window | iOS Tutorial, opens a new window | Kindle Fire Tutorial, opens a new window

    Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    Install the Hoopla App and Create Your Hoopla Account
    1. Go to the app store on your device, search for the “Hoopla digital” app, and install it.
    2. Open the app and follow the steps to set up your account:
      • Tap Sign Up.
      • Find Jefferson County Public Library.
      • Enter your library card number.
      • Enter your email address and a password.
    Search, Browse and Borrow
    1. Use Search (magnifying glass icon) for specific items, or use the icons at the bottom of the screen to browse Video, Music, or Books.
    2. To check out a title, tap on the cover image, then tap Borrow.
    3. Tap Play to watch or listen, or Read to open an e-book.
    4. Access what you have checked out by tapping My Hoopla. From there you can:
      • Play, listen or read the title.
      • See when it will be returned.
      • Return it early.
      • Add it to your Favorites.
      • Download it to watch offline on your device. The download will expire when the loan expires.

    Notes

    • All of the titles are available all of the time, so there’s no requesting or waiting.
    • Jefferson County residents may borrow 10 titles per month, and the count resets the first of the month. In addition to each person having a lending limit of 10 titles per month, we also have a daily, system-wide budget limit, which reset at midnight. If you encounter a limit, add your items to your “Favorites” and try again after midnight.
    • Titles are automatically returned at the end of the check-out period, which is 3 days for videos, 7 days for music, and 21 days for audiobooks, e-books, and comics. If you are not finished, you are welcome to borrow it again. Music titles can be borrowed only 2 times in 1 month.

Libby, by OverDrive

Available apps:

Get Overdrive/Libby in Apple Store, opens an external site

Get OverDrive / Libby in Play Store, opens an external site

Get OverDrive / Libby App in Amazon Store, opens an external site

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FAQs

  • Kindle Fire Tutorial, opens a new window

    Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    Installing Libby

    Option 1: Download the Libby App from the App Store

    The Libby app should be available in the Kindle Fire app store. If you see it after searching for "Libby," install it, and open it. Then, follow prompts to find Jefferson County Public Library, and enter your library card number.

    Option 2: Download the Libby App Directly

    If you do not see Libby in the search results after searching in the app store, follow these instructions for directly downloading the app:

    1. In the Silk browser, go to https://help.libbyapp.com/en-us/6279.htm?Highlight=APK
    2. Tap the button that says "Download Libby APK."
    3. Tap OK, Allow, or Continue to proceed.
      • The wording may vary and you may get warnings saying that the Silk browser needs more access on your device or that this kind of file should be avoided. OverDrive tests the file to make sure it’s safe, so you can safely dismiss these messages for the Libby APK.
      • In addition, if you get a message saying your device is not allowed to install unknown apps from this source, tap Settings, and toggle “Allow from this source” on. After you finish installing the Libby app, turn this setting back to off, under your device home screen Settings, then Privacy & Security.
    4. If you see a prompt to open the download, tap Open. If you don’t see a prompt to open, locate the file in your downloads folder (possibly found under Utilities > Docs > Local Storage) and tap to open.
    5. Tap Install in the bottom right corner, if prompted.
    6. Once the file downloads, or the screen says App Installed, tap Open in the bottom right corner.
    7. If you have never used Libby, follow prompts to find Jefferson County Public Library, and enter your library card number. (Search For A Library)
    8. If you already use Libby on another device, you can use a setup code to copy your library cards, loans, holds, and tags to your Kindle Fire tablet. (Copy From Another Device)
    Option 3: Use OverDrive or Libby via the Silk browser

    If you do not see Libby in the app store, and the direct download will not work, follow these instructions for using OverDrive.com or Libbyapp.com in the Silk browser. After delivering, the book can be found on your Kindle Fire homescreen, or in the Kindle reading app, depending on the model and generation of your device.

    Using Libby

    Search or Browse

    Tap on the building icon to browse featured titles and categories. Tap on the magnifying glass icon to search.

    Check Out and Read
    • Tap on Borrow near a title’s cover and then tap Borrow again. Tap Open Book to begin reading in the app (it automatically downloads), tap on Keep Browsing to continue searching for titles, or Go To Shelf to see the other reading options.
    • To adjust font size and type, tap on the screen and use the menu bar at the top of the page.
    • To close the book, tap on the screen to access the menu options and tap Back. Your place is automatically bookmarked.
    • To access your borrowed titles, tap on the stacked book icon, then loans. Turn the pages by swiping left or right on the screen or tapping near the left or right.

    You may check out 40 e-books at a time, and check out unlimited magazines.

    Place a Hold, Check Out a Hold
    • Tap Place a Hold near a title’s cover, then tap Place Hold again. Tap Keep Browsing to continue searching for titles, Suspend Hold if you need to, or Go To Shelf.
    • Libby will not send email notifications about holds by default. Tap on Menu then Settings, then Manage Notifications and follow prompts to select your notification preferences.
    • When you receive a notification that a hold is ready, tap on the stacked book icon, then holds.
    • When a hold is ready, you have 3 days to borrow it, delay it, or cancel it.
      • To borrow it, tap on Borrow near the cover, and tap Borrow again.
      • To deliver the hold later, tap Deliver Later and choose a new delivery date.
      • To cancel the hold, tap Manage Hold, then Cancel Hold.
      • If you do nothing, your hold will be automatically scheduled for later delivery one time.

    You may have 40 e-books on hold, and magazines are always available.

    Early Returns and Renewing
    • Your borrowed item will automatically return at the end of the 21-day loan period. If you wish to return an item early, tap on the stacked books icon, then loans, then tap Manage Loan near the cover. Tap Return Early, and then Return.
    • If a title does not have holds, you can renew it within three days of its due date. To renew a title, tap on the stacked books icon, then loans, then Manage Loan near the cover. Tap Renew Loan, then Renew.
  • Android Tutorial, opens a new window | iOS Tutorial, opens a new window

    Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    Install the Libby App and Log In
    1. In the app store on your device, search for “Libby,” and follow the prompts to download it. You will need your Apple ID or Google Play Store username and password.
    2. Once installed, open the app and follow prompts to find Jefferson County Public Library and enter your library card number.
    Search or Browse
    • Tap on the magnifying glass icon to search the collection, or tap on the building icon to browse featured titles and categories.
    Check Out and Read
    • When you find an available title, tap on Borrow near the cover and then tap Borrow again. Tap Open Book to begin reading in the Libby app, tap on Keep Browsing to continue searching for titles, or Go To Shelf to see the other options for reading.
    • To adjust font size and type, tap on the screen and a menu bar will appear at the top and bottom of the page. Turn the pages by swiping left or right on the screen or tapping near the left or right.
    • To close the book, tap on the screen to access the menu options and tap Back. Your place is automatically bookmarked.
    • To access your borrowed titles, tap on the stacked books icon, then loans.

    You may check out up to 40 e-books at a time, and borrow unlimited magazines.

    Place a Hold, Check Out a Hold
    • Tap Place a Hold near the cover, then tap Place Hold again. Tap Keep Browsing to continue searching for titles, Suspend Hold if you need to, or Go To Shelf.
    • When you receive a notification that a hold is ready, tap on the stacked books icon, then holds.
    • Libby will not send email notifications about holds by default. Tap on Menu then Settings, then Manage Notifications and follow prompts to select your notification preferences.
    • When a hold is ready, you have 3 days to borrow it, delay it, or cancel it.
      • To borrow it, click Borrow near the cover, and then Borrow again.
      • To deliver the hold later, click Deliver Later and choose a new delivery date.
      • To cancel the hold, select Manage Hold, then Cancel Hold.
      • If you do nothing, your hold will be automatically scheduled for later delivery one time.

    You may have 40 e-books on hold, and magazines are always available.

    Early Returns and Renewing
    • Your borrowed item will automatically return at the end of the 21-day loan period. If you wish to return an item early, tap on the stacked books icon, then loans, then tap Manage Loan near the cover. Tap Return Early, and then Return.
    • If a title does not have holds, you can renew it within three days of its due date. To renew a title, tap on the the stacked books icon, then loans, then Manage Loan near the cover. Tap Renew Loan, then Renew.
  • Step-by-step instructions: (Printable version)

    From the Libby App Website (preferred for new users)

    1. In a browser, visit the Libby App homepage: libbyapp.com
    2. Follow the prompts to find Jefferson County Public Library and sign in with your library card. 
    3. Use the magnifying glass icon to search by title, author or keyword. Use the building icon to browse featured titles and categories.
    4. When you find an available title, click Borrow, then Borrow again.
    5. Select Open Book and then "Libby, this app" to begin reading in the browser.
    6. Use the menus at the top to change font size, use bookmarks, or search within the text.
    7. To close the book, click Back. Your place is automatically bookmarked.
    8. Borrowed titles appear on your Shelf (stack of books icon). Click on your Shelf, and then Loans.
    9. If the e-book you find is not available, click Place a Hold. Magazines will always be available.

    From the Original OverDrive Website

    1. In a browser, visit our OverDrive collection: jefferson.overdrive.com
    2. Click Sign In (top right), and enter your library card number.
    3. Browse by Subject or Collections, or search by title, author or keyword by clicking on the magnifying glass icon.
    4. When you find an available title, click Borrow, then Borrow again.
    5. Click the Read Now in Browser button.
    6. Use the menus at the top to change font size, use bookmarks, or search within the text.
    7. To close the book, close the browser tab. Your place is automatically bookmarked.
    8. Borrowed titles appear in your account (three book spines icon), under Loans.
    9. If the e-book you find is not available, click Place a Hold, follow prompts to sign in, and enter your email address if needed. Magazines will always be available.
    Early Returns and Renewing
    • Your borrowed item will automatically return at the end of the 21-day loan period. If you wish to return an e-book early, click the Return button near the title (in classic OverDrive) or click Manage Loan next to the title (in Libby).
    • If an e-book does not have holds, a Renew button will be available near the title (in classic OverDrive) or under Manage Loans (in Libby) three days before its expiration date.

    Notes:

    • You may check out up to 40 e-books at a time, and have 40 e-books on hold. Magazines are always available and have no checkout limits.
    • When a hold is ready, you have 3 days to borrow it, delay it, or cancel it.
      • To borrow it, click Borrow near the cover, and then Borrow again.
      • To deliver the hold later, click Deliver Later and choose a new delivery date.
      • To cancel the hold, select Manage Hold, then Cancel Hold.
      • If you do nothing, your hold will be automatically scheduled for later delivery one time.
    • Read in Browser may no longer be supported on older computers.
    • Printing from magazines is not currently possible.

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