Accessing Popular Books, Videos, and Audio Online and In Your Library

Getting a Library Card in Clackamas County

If you already have a card from a Clackamas County (LINCC) Library, you'll just need your library barcode and pin to access library online resources.

NOTE: Individual libraries in Clackamas County have their own individual subscriptions to different online eBook, magazine, audiobook, and streaming video and audio vendors, so it's worth visiting the website for your library and seeing what they have to offer.

eBooks and Audiobooks

NOTE: Individual libraries in Clackamas County have their own individual subscriptions to different online eBook, magazine, audiobook, and streaming video and audio vendors, so it's worth visiting the website for your library and seeing what they have to offer.

Using Libby or the OverDrive App to access Overdrive books

Libby is an app for iOS (Apple) and Android (Google) devices on which you can browse, check-out, and read or listen to Overdrive eBooks and audiobooks. 

The Overdrive App also allows you to find, borrow, and read or listen to online books from Overdrive, but it works on a greater variety of devices. The OverDrive app is available for Android, Chromebooks, iOS, Fire tablets, and Windows 8/10.

Getting Print Books, DVDs, and CDs

If you currently have a library card (not an eCard that you signed up for during the pandemic) you can place holds on and pick up print books, DVDs, and CDs from your local public library. Each city/town's library has different procedures for pick-ups of physical material, so look at the info your local public library from the list on this page for more specific information.

Streaming Video

Individual libraries in Clackamas have Kanopy subscriptions so you must have a library card from that specific library to access streaming videos. Here are links to the participating libraries:

NOTE: Individual libraries in Clackamas County have their own individual subscriptions to different online eBook, magazine, audiobook, and streaming video and audio vendors, so it's worth visiting the website for your library and seeing what they have to offer.