5 Deleting a title from your iPod** **NEW** Automatic Borrowing If you'd like a hold to be automatically borrowed **Note – you must be in “Manually Manage Music and Videos” mode in iTunes to do this (See #2)** Titles should disappear from your iPod the first time you sync it after the title is returned. To delete a title on your own, plug your iPod into your computer. If iTunes does not automatically open, open iTunes. In the top right corner click on your device. For MP3, click on “Music.” Scroll through the titles or enter the title you wish to delete in the search box in the upper right hand corner of the screen. Right click on a track and left click “Delete.” For WMA, the title of the book will be a playlist listed under the name of your iPod. Right click on the playlist and left click “Delete.” 6 Placing and Retrieving a Hold If a title is not currently available, the “Borrow” option will be replaced by “Place a Hold.” Click “Place a Hold” next to the eBook you want. You will then be asked to enter your email address twice, and then click the “Place a Hold” button. Suspend Holds Select your Holds page. Select Suspend hold from the Options drop-down menu next to the hold you'd like to suspend. Choose the number of days you'd like to suspend your hold, then select Submit for you when it becomes available, make sure that "Automatically borrow this title when it becomes available" is selected. How to Download a Library eAudiobook to your iPod You can turn automatic borrowing on or off for any title you've placed on hold by visiting your Holds page and selecting the [Edit] link under "Auto checkout." When the eAudiobook is available, you will receive an email. From the time the email is sent, you have three days to return to OverDrive, retrieve your hold and check out the eAudiobook. To retrieve your hold, return to the OverDrive site and click on “Account.” Sign in to your account. Click on “Holds.” Next to the title of your book, click on “Borrow” to check out your book and proceed with your download. Need more help? On the Overdrive home page, click on Help. Questions? Call or stop in at your local public library— we’d be happy to assist you! Or visit www.lib.de.us and click on “Ask a Librarian Delaware” delaware.lib.overdrive.com Want to suggest an eBook for purchase? Have a comment about our eBook site? Email email@example.com This step-by-step guide brought to you by http:www2.lib.udel.edu/dla Revised 10/2014 Click “Download.” What you’ll need to get started • A library card in good standing. You do not need your PIN to use Overdrive. OverDrive Media Console software (version 126.96.36.199 or newer) installed on your computer. To download WMA titles you will also need the Windows Media Security Upgrade. iTunes software (version 9.1 or newer) installed and authorized on your computer. Cable to connect your iPod and computer. • • • 1 Checking out and Downloading An eAudiobook* *Note: WMA files are NOT compatible with Macintosh computers Go to delaware.lib.overdrive.com Click “Sign in” (top right of the screen) Type in your library card number (all digits, no spaces) and click “Sign in.” Before you begin downloading books, it will be helpful to set your default checkout times by clicking “Account” and then “Settings.” Search for an eAudiobook using the search box in the upper right corner of the page. All MP3 titles and most WMA titles will play on an iPod. A menu drops down so for you to choose the type of audiobook you wish to download. Place a checkmark next to “MP3 Audiobook.” Click “Confirm & Download.” If you discover you have chosen the incorrect title, after clicking “Borrow”, but before attempting to download, you can click the “Return Title” button. The book will be removed from your account. If not, proceed with the next step. Select the parts to transfer. Click “Next” When download is complete, click “Finish.” In iTunes, safely eject your iPod from your computer. The OverDrive Media Console will open. You may be asked to create a folder to save your downloads. Click “Yes.” **If OverDrive Media Console does not open, go to the OverDrive Help page http://help.overdrive.com and search “How to set Console to open ODM files” Select the parts to download. Click “OK.” The download may take a few minutes, depending on the book and your Internet connection. 2 Transferring an eAudiobook to your iPod Leaving the OverDrive Media Console open, connect your iPod to the computer using the USB cable. If iTunes does not automatically open, open iTunes. In iTunes, on the left side menu, click on the name of your iPod. On the Summary page, under Options, make sure there is a checkmark by the “Manually manage music and videos” option. If there is not, click the option and click “Apply.” **NOTE** When you have found an audiobook, click on the title of the book. Click “Borrow.” The book is now checked out to you and will be displayed on your Bookshelf. Back in the OverDrive Media Console or if you are just transferring an MP3 eAudiobook, click on the eAudiobook you wish to transfer. Click the “Transfer” button. Click “Next.” If you are transferring a WMA eAudiobook, changing the import settings in iTunes will significantly decrease the download time. To change your import settings: In iTunes, click on “Edit” > “Preferences” In the General” Tab, click on the “Import Settings” button. In the “Import Using” field, select “AAC Encoder.” In the “Setting” field select “Spoken Podcast.” Click “OK” to close each window. If you copy music from CDs into iTunes, be sure to change this back to “High Quality” or “iTunes Plus” after completing your eAudiobook transfer. On your iPod your MP3 titles will be in Music > Albums. Your WMA titles will be in Music > Playlists. Click the title, click the part you wish to hear. Click play. 3 Renewing your eAudiobook Select the Renew icon next to the title you'd like to renew. Note: This option does not appear until three days before the title is due to expire. If the Renew icon is green, you can borrow the title again once your checkout expires. If the Renew icon is grayed out, there are existing holds on the title. You can use the Renew feature to be placed on the title's holds list. Enter and confirm your email address, then click the Renew button. 4 Returning your Library eAudiobook early Your eBook will automatically become “disabled” after the due date. You will no longer be able to transfer it to a device, or listen to it on your computer after that time. To return an MP3 title early,: In the ODMC, click on the title of the eAudiobook you wish to return. Click the “Delete” button. Click “Return / Delete.” The eAudiobook will be returned for you—and will be deleted from your computer. Due to licensing restrictions, WMA titles cannot be returned before their due date. *Note: audiobooks may NOT be returned early on the OverDrive Media Console for Mac.