Courtesy of the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium, library patrons can now download digital audio books to their mp3 players or burn the files to an audio CD. There are currently over 600 titles available directly from your home or office. A library card and PIN number are needed to “check-out” audio books.
Unfortunately, however, the system only works with Microsoft-based mp3 players. iPod users cannot download the files directly since Apple doesn’t license their technology to third parties.
For instructions, see:
- Milwaukee Public Library Downloadable Audio Books
- Madison Public Library OverDrive Downloadable Audiobooks
Source: JS Online