NetLibrary Media Center: how-to

May 18, 2009

Last week we had a refresher course on using NetLibrary with Windows Media Center. This week, we’re going to learn how to use a different software program to find and download NetLibrary audiobooks.

NetLibrary Media Center is free software that will allow you to browse, download and transfer NetLibrary audiobooks all in one program. Once you’ve downloaded the software, you do not have to visit netlibrary.com again.

Here’s how it works:

Your mission, should you choose to accept it:

1. Download and install NetLibrary Media Center. If you are unable to complete this, please contact ITS.

2. Use NetLibrary Media Center to find an audiobook.

3. Download an audiobook. If you have an mp3 player, transfer the book to your player.

4. If you have any problems, ask for help in the comments.

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2 Responses to “NetLibrary Media Center: how-to”

  1. bnj Says:

    What happened to CHROME? http://bit.ly/189r4H

  2. npljenny Says:

    Chrome the post is next week. I don’t know anything about Chrome the band.


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