to Ulverscroft Digital
How it Works
A library pays an annual subscription and then purchases each audio book it
wishes to make available to its patrons. The patrons then access the service
via the library website using a library supplied user name and password.
There is an annual subscription to gain access to the service. This is payable
in advance. It covers the cost of maintaining the site and our software.
purchases any titles it wishes to make available to its patrons. These purchases
are on the basis of one purchase one loan. A library must make multiple purchases
if it wishes to make a title available to multiple users simultaneously.
Affordable annual subscriptions.
The cost of renewing your subscription will be less than the initial annual
of titles is available, ranging from Betty Neels to Jo Nesbø.
No special software
is required by the library or its patrons.
No digital rights management
(DRM). A user downloads the files and loads into iTunes or Windows Media Player.
as MP3 or M4b files. MP3 files can be used by either PC or Mac; M4b files
are Mac only.
Each title is split
into Parts. This makes it easier for users to download titles where the broadband
connection may be slow.
A title can be downloaded
at any time during the loan period.
The loan period reflects
the library physical loan period, minimum of two weeks.
Titles can be copied
to most MP3 devices, iPhones, iPods and iPads.
Ability to reserve titles
if a desired title is on loan.
20+ new titles available
My Account section for
each user. This shows titles the user has on loan; titles on reserve; titles
Designed to be very
simple to use.
Packages are available
to suit all library budgets.
Content Ownership -
please ask our Sales Representative for more information.
Please email your local Sales Representative for further information and to
arrange a demonstration.
In New Zealand: John Gregory
In the Republic of Ireland: Robert Hughes
In the UK: Mark Merrill or Peter Douglas