Read an ebook or listen to an eaudiobook on your device wherever you are. All you need is your library card, a device, and internet access.
You can access two digital collections with your library membership, Libby and BorrowBox. These collections are easy to use, items are available 24/7, and books are conveniently returned automatically when due.
Check across both collections if you are seeking a specific title. You will often find a book in both collections and they may have different availability.
Start using Libby
Read ebooks and listen to eaudiobooks instantly from our library. Download the free Libby app on your phone or tablet.
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Like magazines? You can access Digital Magazines using Libby also.
Libby has more than 3000 magazine titles in more than 15 languages.
Find out more about borrowing digital magazines with Libby
Start using BorrowBox
BorrowBox is home to the greatest Australian and international authors of the world’s best ebooks and eaudiobooks.
What you can borrow
How many items
ebooks & eaudiobooks
15 items total
ebooks & eaudiobooks
8 ebooks + 8 eaudiobooks
- What you need
An NT public library card number and your password.
Not a member? Join online. Forgot your password? Reset it.
A compatible device with internet access.
The relevant free software or app installed on your device.
- for Macs and PCs download Adobe Digital Editions. You will need to register for an Adobe User ID also. Titles can then be transferred to a variety of ebook devices.
- for compatible tablets or smartphones: the Libby app and/or BorrowBox app which can be downloaded free from your device’s app store (e.g. iTunes or Google Play).
- How it works
1. Browse or search the digital collections: Libby or BorrowBox .
2. Download to a tablet using the Libby app or the BorrowBox app; OR Transfer to ereading devices from your computer using Adobe Digital Editions.
3. You can borrow up to 8 ebooks and 8 eaudiobooks from BorrowBox. You can borrow up to 15 ebooks or eaudiobooks from Libby.
4. Maximum loan period is 21 days (Libby) or 14 days (BorrowBox).
5. Titles will be automatically returned at the end of the lending period.
Having trouble accessing the digital collections? These quick fixes resolve most issues customers have using ebooks.
- Confirm your log in details are correct.
- To log in, use your library card number, including the '000' at the start of the number, and your password.
- Double check you have the right password. Try logging in to your library account to check that your password is correct. If it does not work, reset your password. Then try to log into the digital library again.
- Check your app is up to date.
- Visit your App Store.
- Search for the app (Libby or BorrowBox).
- If the button says 'Update', you will need to update the app. Once you have updated the app, try logging in again.
- Check your operating system is up to date.
- Go to 'Settings' in your device.
- Find 'software update' and update, try logging in again.
- Still not working?
- Try turning your device off and on again.
- Try deleting the app and reloading it.
- If the app is still not working, please contact us for assistance. Library staff are available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm (excluding public holidays) to assist you.
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