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Free downloads for any tablet through Tulsa-City County Library

The Tulsa City-County Library has hundreds of e-books, magazines, movies and music to rent for free onto any tablet device as long as you have a library card. (KTUL)

The Tulsa City-County Library has hundreds of e-books, magazines, movies and music to rent for free onto any tablet device as long as you have a library card.

"The library has so many great resources for people who want to check out electronic materials," said Central Library Assistant Manager of Adult Services, Rebecca Harrison. “We try to stay on the cutting edge of that kind of thing," said Harrison. "We get a lot of questions because it’s very popular and people want to know how to use them.”

One question they usually get is, "How do late fees work?" Well, good news -- there are none.

“They will automatically check themselves back in," said Harrison. "It’s very easy; it’s all done remotely in the comfort of your own home, even in your pj’s.”

It’s convenient, especially in a world where technology continues to evolve.

“Everyone seems to have a tablet or eReader these days, and so we like to fill that niche in something that’s growing in popularity all the time," said Harrison.

All you need is your library card and the apps to download. The people down at the library don't mind walking you through it.

"If you need help using your new tablet or eReader, please come to the library," said Harrison. "You can book a session with a librarian, and we'll show you how to use them."

You can learn more about the library's digital services by clicking here.

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