Library Technology Tutorials
In this course, you will find 4 self-guided modules that go through all that the library offers to you! Please contact Chris Vaughn if you have any questions.
Libby, by OverDrive
Borrow ebooks and audiobooks to read on your phone or tablet using the Libby app by OverDrive. You can even send and read your borrowed ebooks to your Kindle e-reader (U.S. only)! It’s free and easy to get started for new users and a streamlined experience for current OverDrive app users.
Please email Chris Vaughn with any questions.
Connect to StudentWireless
Go to http://172.22.40.74/ in a web browser
Scroll to the bottom of the page and choose download driver
Follow the install prompt to add the printer to the machine.
Connect to StudentWireless
Open the document and hit “Command”+”P”
At the top of the “Print” pop-up, select “Printer” and then “Add Printer”
At the top of the “Add Printer” pop-up, select the Internet Icon at the top
Enter 172.22.40.74 as the “Address”
Change the “Protocol” to “AirPrint”
Change the “Name” to “Student Printer”
Change “Use” to “AirPrint”
Click “Add” at the bottom of the pop-up window
Once it is added, make sure “Student Printer” is selected, and click “Print”
**If you have already completed these instructions before, only the 10th step is necessary**
Go to the Library Extension homepage.
Click the ‘Install' icon for your web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge).
On the ‘Library Extension’ popup page, click the blue ‘+ Add to Chrome’ icon in the top-right.
On the next popup, click ‘Add Extension’. A book icon should appear to the right of the address bar if using the Chrome browser.
Click the Library Extension icon
Under ‘Set up your libraries’, choose ‘Missouri’ under State.
Select ‘ Mobius Consortium’ under Libraries.
Click the green ‘+’ sign next to the library selection
Select which sites you want the extension to work with, the permission allows for the above on all 'the websites you visit'. The extension does run the content script for every page, where it checks to see if it is on one of the following sites, and only then will it actually do the work described above: (last updated November 9, 2020)
• libraryextension.com (this site)
Click ‘Close and Search for any book on one of the sites listed above and navigate to the product page.
On the right-hand side, above the options for purchase (on Amazon), there should now be an inset displaying how many copies of the book are available in our network of libraries.
If copies are available, click ‘Borrow’. You will be taken to the catalog page where you can find information about where the book is located. Alternatively, if the book is not available, but copies are in the system, you will be given the option to place a hold.