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High-Tech “Digital Bookmobile” Rolls into L.A.

hm_logoIf you’re like me you probably never heard of the Digital Bookmobile, so consider checking it out at:

Central Library, March 3,

Mid-Valley Branch, March 4

This 71-foot, 18-wheeler is a high-tech update of a traditional bookmobile and comes to you courtesy of the Los Angeles Public Library.

WHEN &
WHERE:
Wednesday, March 3: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Central Library, Flower St between (between 5th & 6th St.), downtown L.A.
Thursday, March 4: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Mid-Valley Regional Branch, 16244 Nordhoff St., North Hills

WHAT: High-Tech “Digital Bookmobile” continues its national tour with stops at the Los Angeles Public Library to help Angelenos discover their library’s free downloadable electronic books, music and audiobooks.

The 71-foot, 18-wheeler “Digital Bookmobile” is free, open to the public and features:

· “Gadget Gallery” with iPod, Zune, Sony Readers and the latest electronic gear,

· Interactive learning stations with broadband PCs, high-definition monitors and a wide variety of portable devices, and

· Demonstrations of how to search and download the library’s digital collections.

Digital downloadable media are among the Library’s most popular collections and include 10,400 e-books, 4,500 e-audiobooks, 400 e-music titles and 1,500 e-videos. All are free and accessible at www.lapl.org.

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