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Hoopla provides instant access to movies, television shows, music albums, and audiobooks to view and listen to on your computer, laptop, or mobile device. Each Wright Library cardholder can check out 10 titles per calendar month. To create an account, go to hoopladigital.com  and sign up using your library card.
|Movies and TV Shows||3 days|
|Music Albums||7 days|
On a desktop or laptop computer, go to hoopladigital.com . On a mobile device, download and install the hoopla app from your device's app store (Instructions for Kindle Fire users ). Click or tap Sign Up.
Select Wright Library and enter your 14 digit card number (23309000+the last 6 digits). Enter an email address and password to complete the sign up. If you have a library card with another library that offers hoopla and you want to take advantage of both collections, create two separate accounts using two different email addresses.
You can search or browse to find titles. Once you find something, simply click or tap Borrow. After you borrow a title the return date will appear on the title page. The option to play will also display. On a desktop or laptop computer content is only available to stream and the Widevine  browser plug-in is required. You will be prompted to install it, if it is not already. Borrowed content can be downloaded on mobile devices and viewed or listened to without an Internet connection. When streaming or downloading content to mobile devices, data rates do apply. We suggest the use of a Wi-Fi connection.
For an overview of hoopla, view this video . Additional instructional videos are available at the hoopladigital YouTube channel . Additional help is available on the hoopla website  and you can always contact the library  for assistance.
All the great content of hoopla  is now available for your Kindle Fire. To install hoopla on your Kindle Fire, open the browser (tap Web) and type slideme.org in the URL field and tap Go. Search for 'hoopla' within SlideMe and install the app. Detailed instructions  and additional information are available from hoopla support .
Currently, only audio content (music and audiobooks) can be downloaded to a Kindle Fire, video (TV shows and movies) cannot. However, hoopla is working to enable this functionality.
Note: If hoopla is installed without installing SlideMe you will not be prompted when hoopla has an app update. To get updates you will need to open slideme.org in your browser, search for hoopla, and download the app.
IndieFlix for Libraries  is a premier online streaming service providing access to award-winning independent films, shorts, and documentaries from around the world.
With your library card, you have unlimited access to thousands of free streaming film-festival hits, including the best of Sundance, Cannes, Tribeca, and more. IndieFlix  is available on Apple®, Android™, and all Internet-enabled devices. You can also watch films on a television with AppleTV, Roku, or Xbox devices.
Instructions for computers and internet-enabled mobile devices (such as iPad, iPhone and Android Devices):
Instructions for AppleTV
You will need:
Instructions for Roku Devices (You will need internet access on a separate computer/device for initial set-up.):
Instructions for Xbox (You will need internet access on a separate computer/device for initial set-up.):
Content coming soon.
Content coming soon.
09/15/14 - No More Adobe ID for OverDrive App 
08/04/14 - Ohio Digital Library Updates 
07/03/14 - Hoopla Now Available on Kindle Fire 
06/05/14 - Ohio Digital Library Big Library Read  - a global ebook club.
05/15/14 - Trouble with Adobe ID 
04/04/14 - Hoopla Update  - Now checkout 10 titles per month.
03/26/14 - BlackBerry App Going Away 
03/07/14 - Streaming Videos from the Ohio Digital Library 
02/14/14 - eBook Big Read  - global book club, The Big Library Read
01/27/14 - IndieFlix  debuts
01/10/14 - Kids eReading Room  - Ohio Digital Library for Kids
12/18/13 - New Help Videos for the Ohio Digital Library 
12/16/13 - Get Started Here!  - special session of the Device Users' Group
11/21/13 - The Ohio eBook Project is now the Ohio Digital Library