Greenwich Library Forges Forward Into the Digital Age

Using a new digital magazine app, Greenwich Library system patrons can access popular magazines.


From A to Z, the Greenwich Library has magazine aficionados covered. Well, it may just be to 'Y' now that the library has announced it is linked to Zinio—a digital magazine service.

All you need is a Greenwich Library card and Internet access. By signing up, patrons will be able to browse magazines ranging from American Artist, Beer Connoisseur, Bloomberg Business Week and ELLE Decor, to Esquire, Food Network Magazine, PC World, Publisher's Weekly, Smithsonian, Town & Country and Yoga.

By using Zinio and either Mac or a PC, reading fans can access the library’s catalog of selected digital magazines. Zinio’s unique digital platform recreates a magazine page-for-page, including highly visual full-color pictures, while taking the reading experience even further through intuitive navigation, key word article search and interactive rich media elements such as audio and video.

There are nearly 200 titles available.

According to a release from the library, "Magazine issues are not checked out to individual patrons, so they're always available any time."

Read online or download issues to your computer or mobile device to read offline. You must have a current Greenwich Library or Perrot Library card to use this collection. 

To see a full list, or to get started, visit www.greenwichlibrary.org, then click Downloadable Library. 

For more information, call the Reference Desk at (203) 622-7910.


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