Answered By: Harry L. Whitlock II Last Updated: Jul 20, 2018 Views: 67
rbDigital is the ebook and audiobook database formerly known as One-Click Digital.
UW Libraries patrons must access rbDigital through the "Databases" page of the UW Libraries website. This is especially important if the database is being used off-campus. Logging onto rbDigital through this portal will ensure access and prevent being denied access.
To access the database from the main UW Libraries webpage, click on the "Databases" button located in the FIND section. When the databases page loads, locate the "Databases by Title" box near the top of the page. Click on the letter "R" and scroll down until "rbDigital" is seen. Click on that link to access the database.
We have learned that some UW patrons may have created an account or bookmarked the rbDigital site associated with the Wyoming State Library (WSL). Patrons may continue to use the WSL access provided they are using a library card from a Wyoming public library (WYLD). If a patron does not have a WYLD library card, then that person must go to the database as described above and register for a new account.
The basic steps for creating a new rbDigital account through the UW Library website are:
- Click on "Register" at the top of the webpage.
- Enter the requested information. We highly recommend that you use the same username as the one provided by UW, as well as for the password.
- Enter your first and last name in the indicated boxes.
- Enter your UW email (email@example.com).
- Enter 82071 as the postal code (it needs to match UW's).
- Click on the red "Register" button
The screen will go to the home page for rbDigital. Select books or magazines to start reading/listening.
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