The Copiague Memorial Public Library has access to about 1,500 eBooks in
the Library Collection. There are also more than 4,000 public domain
eBooks that are free to everyone in the Public Collection.
To use netLibrary at home or at the office you must first create a
netLibrary user account on a computer located at Copiague Memorial
Public Library or be connected to the Internet via SuffolkNet. Once
you have created an account, you can access netLibrary through the
Internet anytime anywhere.
If you are at a Library computer you can create
an account now.
What is netLibrary?
NetLibrary is a comprehensive collection of online books (eBooks) and
resource materials. Using netLibrary, you can access a wide range of
materials entirely online. You can search every word in the entire
collection, as well as search within a particular eBook.
What is an eBook?
An eBook is an electronic version of a printed book. eBooks can be
viewed online from any computer connected to the Internet. You can
preview eBooks for 15 minutes for quick reference, or read them at
Creating an Account
To check out eBooks, you must first create
a user account on a computer at the Copiague Memorial Public
Library. Once created, you can use your user account to log in from
any computer with Internet access.