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Zinio – Digital Magazine Service

The Wyoming State Library is providing a new service called ‘Zinio Digital Magazines’ to Wyoming Libraries. Zinio is an unlimited, simultaneous use digital newsstand. This high quality service is the same as that used by many consumers to access magazines in their digital form. Digital Magazines are full-print, full-color (including advertisements) – exactly like the print magazine, with bonus interactive elements in many magazines.

Access Information:
  • Users must create an account with Recorded Books and a separate account with Zinio to read and manage their subscriptions. Additionally, users outside the library will need to log in to the Recorded Books Zinio page with a library card and PIN the first time they access the collection. Just like OneClick Digital, first time users will need to select a link for new users if they have not created an account yet, or they will need to use a returning users link where they can log in with their Recorded Books account.
  • New Users link (library card and PIN required). * If new users do not first log in to our proxy server, they will get an ‘access denied’ message when trying to create a new account.
  • Click here for a full list of all the magazine titles available through Zinio.

3M Cloud Library – eBook Service

The Sheridan County Public Library System is pleased to announce that the 3M Cloud Library is now available for customers to download eBooks to their computers or to a limited number of eReaders or mobile devices. The service is operated by the Wyoming State Library and is available to all residents of the State of Wyoming when using a public library card. To access the service, please click 3M Cloud Library. As always, please contact library staff if you have any questions!

The Library also has 3M eReaders to check out if you don’t own an eReader. See the checkout desk at any of our four locations for more information.

If you have questions, please see the following help files:

Freading eBook Service

The Sheridan County Public Library System is now offering our customers the ability to download eBooks to their computers or to a limited number of eReaders or mobile devices. The Wyoming State Library has signed a contract with a company called “Freading” which offers over 20,000 eBooks in its collection. To access the service, please click Freading eBook Service.

If you have questions, please see the following help files:

WYLDcat (the online library catalog)
Search for books, movies and audiobooks by selecting a Sheridan County Public Library location
Fulmer Library Clearmont Branch Story Branch Tongue River Branch
Sheridan County Public Library Online Resources
are available from your home or office
Freading eBook Service Access over 20,000 titles in the Library’s eBook Collection. The service is provided through the Wyoming State Library and requires you to login with your library card number and PIN.
Free eBook Download Sites Provides an Excel Spreadsheet of web sites that allow users to download eBooks. (Information purposes only. SCPL doesn’t endorse any specific web site on this spreadsheet)
Statewide Databases Find Articles, Research a Topic, Explore … using statewide databases
Magazines and Journals Use this service to search for print holdings for serials (magazines, periodicals, & journals) in WYLD libraries
Online Reference Books Access to a Virtual Reference Library
Renew your materials Select the ‘Your Account’ link, and then the ‘Review My Account/Renew My Materials’ link. Enter your library card barcode & PIN
MyWYLD View the Status of your current Interlibrary Loan (ILL) requests; or create new ones
Recorded Books One-Click Downloadable Audio Books
Getting Started Basic facts, instructions and information
New User Registration First time users needing to create an account
Existing Account Login Returning Users accessing your account

Need help? Contact the Information Desk
674-8585 ext 15
email reference@sheridanwyolibrary.org