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Your key to digital publications
Become a library member to access a wide range of eMagazines and eNewspapers from around the world. Choose from 1000s of newspapers from countries around the world which can be downloaded via PressReader. From the Guardian and the Washington Post to the Wall Street Journal, get what's hot off the press from the comfort of your own home. You can also find complete digital editions of popular magazines around the world via RBdigital.
Join your local library to find out more:
eNewpapers with Press Reader
As a library member, you have free access to PressReader. This trusted source for local and international publications allows you to read newspapers on the device of your choice - smartphone, tablet or laptop. From The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal to Le Figaro and The Post, you'll find the latest news and a back catalogue of newspapers from over 100 countries in more than 60 languages. To set up an account for the first time:
- Go to Pressreader.com
- Click on "Sign in" (in the top righthand corner of the site)
- Select "Library or Group" button on the lefthand side of the popup
- Type in your local Better library in the search bar, for example, Greenwich...
- Hover over and click on the result
- Enter your library membership card number
- Browse and access publications from the vast library available
eMagazines with RBdigital
As well as offering audiobooks, RBdigital also offers complete digital editions of popular magazines from the UK and around the world.
To set up an account:
eComics with OverDrive
If you're an avid comic fan, then you're in luck. Become a library member to explore the best adult comic titles from around the world digitally via OverDrive. From Marvel favourites, such as Fantastic Four, Avengers, Deadpool, X-men to graphic novels, you can access a wide collection of titles from your own personal device. Here's how:
Become a library member
You'll need your library card number and pin to read eMagazines, eNewspapers and eComics. It's free to join your local Better library, so why not become a member today?
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