ROCHESTER, Minn.- Southeastern Libraries Cooperating and the Rochester Public Library are teaming up to offer more e-books for Minnesota residents.
More than 30,000 books added online.
Kim Edson has been a librarian in Rochester Public Library for more than 20-years. Today, she's the head of readers services and said this is a way for the library to serve everyone on the go.
“The demand for digital material as far exceeded out ability to provide them this allows us to extend our reach with digital materials and try to address some of that demand in a cost effective way,” said the librarian.
It doesn’t matter where you access the book, it could be at home or at any library in Minnesota.
All you'll need is your library card number.
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