Clackmannanshire Council Libraries is working with a number of suppliers to bring you thousands of eResources absolutely free! Additionally our website allows you to renew books online (requires library card number and pin).
The eBook and eResource services are free and is designed to be used by library members outside the library 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Due to licensing restrictions, these services are only available to members who live, work or study in Clackmannanshire.
You can download fiction, non-fiction and children's books to an e-reader, tablet or smart phone.
You can download up to 8 titles at a time and can choose between a 1-21 day loan period. At the end of this period, the eBook will stop working and be available in the eBook catalogue.
You will need a library card to create your account. Sign in with the usual library card login. Library members with older tickets will have to enter the prefix 21513 and their borrower number when logging into their accounts. The number should be typed in without spaces e.g. 21513209123456.
To get a library card click on the join the library link.
New pin numbers can be allocated by contacting the library service via email or in branch. They cannot be allocated over the phone.
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Our new eBook app 'Libro' makes the service even easier to use. Use the links below depending on what type of device you have:
eBook and other eResources may be available by request, please use the Contact Us service to request an item.
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Tel: 01259 452262 Fax: 01259 723365