Borrow free eBooks, eAudiobooks, eVideos or search our databases for up-to-date popular and scholarly articles on a wide range of subjects. The Library's eCollection never closes and its content can be read or downloaded on your computer* or portable device.**
Read eBooks on your computer or portable reading device.
- Search 3M eBook Library
- NEW! 3M eBook Cloud Collection will replace Axis 360 in our Digital Library lineup. The titles that were previously purchased through Axis 360 will soon be available through 3M in addition to new content.
- More information on downloading the 3M app for devices and how it works.
- Search OverDrive eBook Collection (popular collection)
- Gale Virtual Reference Library
- Highlights include Rough Guide and DK travel guides, ASVAB, business plans, science and technology.
- Always available: read online or download PDF.
- Other eBook resources:
- Guide to Reading Library eBooks (PDF)
- Need in-person help with your eReader?
- Using a Kindle (PDF)
- Using a mobile device (PDF)
- Using another eReader, laptop or desktop (PDF)
- Project Gutenberg Collection free unlimited access (via OverDrive)
- Google Books
Listen to eAudiobooks on your computer or portable audio device.
- Search Overdrive eAudiobook Collection
- Search OneClick Digital Recorded Books catalog
Watch eVideos on your computer.
*eBooks, eAudiobooks and eVideos cannot be downloaded on library computers.
**Downloadable items are compatible with most eBook devices, Smartphones, and mp3 players. While the San Diego Public Library strives to provide high quality customer support for our eCollection services (including OverDrive and OneClickdigital), the wide variety of computer operating systems and configurations of personal computers make it impossible for the library to guarantee that all eCollection-related software will run on all electronic devices. Library staff can provide assistance with installing and navigating eCollection software; however, we cannot provide personalized troubleshooting for operating system/software configurations that may cause eCollection software to malfunction.