The Ida Rupp Public Library in partnership with RBdigital from Recorded Books, the world’s largest independent producer of audiobooks, is pleased to announce the availability of Zinio for Libraries, a new edition of the popular digital newsstand Zinio that’s been designed specifically for library patrons.
Zinio for Libraries provides a quick and easy way for patrons to read digital copies of their favorite magazines through a digital platform that recreates magazines page-for-page, including full-color pictures. Simply by using their library card, patrons will be able to read, interact with, and explore the largest selection of magazines anywhere.
Zinio’s wide range of magazines includes areas such as sports, entertainment, travel, business, and more. And with iPad®, iPhone®, and Android® compatibility, Zinio makes it easy to view stunning digital magazines on the go, or on your PC or Mac. Zinio takes the reading experience even further with intuitive navigation, key word article search and interactive rich media elements such as audio, video, and live links.
“Subscribing to Zinio for Libraries means we can continue to offer our patrons the opportunity to view today’s best magazines,” said Deborah Loiacono, Director of Ida Rupp Public Library. “It also expands on our continued commitment to provide a variety of useful services and benefits to our community.
Magazines available include the following titles: Bird Watching, Boating, Consumer Reports, Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Dog’s Life, Economist, Ellery Queen, ESPN Magazine, Esquire, Family Circle, Family Handyman, Food Network Magazine, Forbes, Golf Tips, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Harper’s Magazine, House & Home, House Beautiful, Ladies Home Journal, Martha Stewart Living, mental_floss, Model Railroader, More Magazine, Motor Trend, Motorcyclist, National Geographic Traveler, Newsweek, O Oprah Magazine, PC Magazine, PC World, Popular Photography, Popular Science, Prevention, Quilting Arts, Redbook, Road & Track, Rolling Stone, Runner’s World, Scholastic Parent & Child, Seventeen, Shutterbug, Smithsonian, Taste of Home, Traditional Home, US Weekly, Weight Watchers, Woman’s Day, Writer, and Yoga Journal.
Details on Zinio for Libraries may be found at www.idarupp.org or at the Ida Rupp Public Library 310 Madison Street Port Clinton, OH. Or call 419-732-3212.