Click on the service you want to try, or scroll down the page for descriptions and directions to use each of these available services. Staff is available by phone and email during open hours for assistance.
Green Mountain Library Consortium Library Collection (GMLC)
Green Mountain Library Consortium (GMLC) Overdrive (formerly Listen Up Vermont) is a web service that offers downloadable audiobooks and eBooks to libraries throughout the state. It works through Overdrive, a well known vendor for library downloadables. In its shared catalog, GMLC offers thousands of eBooks and Audiobooks for checkout by library patrons.
VT Department of Libraries Library Collection (VTDoL)
The Vermont Department of Libraries provides access to downloadable audiobooks and ebooks to libraries throughout the state. It now works through Overdrive (formerly through RBDigital), a well known vendor for library downloadables. In its shared catalog, VT DoL offers thousands of eBooks and Audiobooks for checkout by library patrons.
Access Overdrive digital content through the Libby app
Starting on your smartphone or tablet, download Libby and follow the instructions to make a Libby account. Each collection is listed as a separate library. You will need to connect to each library collection separately--call or email us for assistance. Connect your Burnham account using your library card number and pin (password) to read and listen to your checkouts!
Access Overdrive digital content on the Web
Go directly to the website of the collection you want to access in your web browser. GMLC or VTDoL
The dropdown menu will prompt you to 'choose your library' and we are listed as 'Burnham Memorial'.
Log in with your library card number and pin (password).
If you already have access to your library account online (to renew or place holds), then it’s the same password; if not, stop by or call us at 264-5660 to get your account setup. Also be aware, patrons whose accounts are expired or restricted will not be able to login. Contact us for help to resolve either of those situations.
Once you have logged in, you can download the Overdrive software to your Windows or Mac computer, or to your Android or Apple phone or tablet (including Kindle Fire). For further tutorials and assistance, click Help in the upper right hand corner of their website.