Lincolnwood Public Library App
Our library app is now available in the app store for Apple and Android devices. Search for Lincolnwood Library, and let the fun begin!
More Library Apps
Flipster Digital Magazines
Download magazines from the Flipster website, then read them offline using the app, available for Android, Apple, or Kindle Fire. View step-by-step instructions and visit Flipster Help for more information.
Hoopla Stream or download movies, TV shows, music, eAudiobooks, eBooks, and comics to your device using the hoopla digital app for Apple, Android, or Kindle Fire. View step-by-step instructions and visit Hoopla Help for more information.
Before using the app the first time, create a profile by going to the website Lynda.com. Then download the app.
Upon launching the app, select “Already a Member” and then the “Organization” tab.
Enter “lincolnwoodlibrary.org” under “Web Portal” and press the “Log in” button.
The lynda.com welcome screen will appear asking for your library card number and password created for your profile.
See FAQs for more help with the app.
Stream documentaries, rare and hard to find titles, film festival favorites, indie and classic films, and world cinema. Kanopy provides access to films of unique social and cultural value.
Start the conversation in your choice of over 70 world languages and dialects through courses crafted using conversational methodology, delivered through native speaker dialogue, and created with each individual learner in mind. Apple App Store | Google Play Store
PrinterOn Remote Printing
Print from your mobile device whether you are in the library or elsewhere.
Mobile Friendly Websites
Comprehensive articles from a trusted source, with three portals to meet the research needs of learners at different ages.
PressReader (previously Library PressDisplay)
Read current newspapers from countries around the world in full-color, full-page format. Browse by language or country to select from over 5,000 publications in 60+ languages. Magazines are also included for some countries; U.S. titles include Martha Stewart Living, MacLife, Newsweek, and Digital Camera.
A worldwide catalog of materials from more than 10,000 libraries worldwide.