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eSpotlight - New eMagazines from RBdigital Unlimited

Submitted by Megan Hicks on Sat, 10/10/2020 - 9:00 AM
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RBdigital Unlimited - Thousands of eMagazines Available in Over 15 Languages

Looking for a good magazine? San José Public Library is excited to offer our library members RBdigital Unlimited. This new service allows you to check out 3000+ eMagazines. They can be read in browser on your desktop or laptop computer, or in the RBdigital app on your smart device.

To use RBdigital, you must create an account with the vendor if you haven't done so before. We encourage you to first read their Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Afterwards, click on "Register" in the top right corner of RBdigital's home page and fill out the required information. You can then choose Sign In in the future when you'd like to check out eMagazines.

Note: You may remember that our eAudiobooks in RBdigital have been transferred to Overdrive, but you can still read eMagazines in the RBdigital app. They will eventually be moved to Overdrive at a date still to be determined.

What Can You Find in RBdigital Unlimited?

RBdigital Unlimited eMagazines cover a wide variety of topics, from specialized crafting to cooking, to animal magazines to current events. You can find eMagazines in English, Spanish, and Chinese. You can also find content in languages that are typically harder to find at our library, from Afrikaans to Welsh.

 

RBdigital eMagazine offerings
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