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Tiverton High School Library: Distance Learning: ebooks, audiobooks, databases

Welcome to the THS Library's Distance Learning LibGuide!
If you have questions or need help, please email Ms. Blaser at

Tutorials for using THS' ebooks and audiobooks

Destiny Discover login link: To search for ebooks or audiobooks, click "search options" and then "ebook" or "audiobook" in the Format dropdown menu. To log in and check out books, use tiv + lunch code for the username, and tiv for your password. So tiv007 and tiv, for example. Please watch the videos below for info on how to login and use Destiny Discover and the Destiny Read App.

Searching for and Accessing eBooks and Audiobooks - VIDEO:  This short video from Follett provides information on how to find, check out, and open Follett eBooks and Audiobooks.  A PDF document, Find and Use Follett eBooks and Audiobooks, is also available for download.
Reading Follett eBooks and Audiobooks - VIDEO: This short video from Follett provides the basics of reading an eBook in Destiny Discover as well as a little information about Audiobooks.  A PDF document, Reading Follett eBooks and Audiobooks, is also available for download.


Resources for using Ocean State Libraries E-Zone (ebooks and audiobooks)

Borrowing & Reading Ocean State Libraries' E-Zone Collection

***See Ms. Blaser's Libby app tutorial video below***

During this crisis, RI residents may apply for a new library card online and receive the card number and PIN by email. 

OSL Library Card info:
If a new card needs to be issued, you will be sent a temporary library card number and PIN by email.  A permanent library card will be assigned and mailed to you or may be picked up at the library you chose on your application after the libraries reopen.


ID info:

Young Adult Borrowers 

Students ages 13 to 17 may provide proof of their enrollment in a public or private school in Rhode Island (class schedule, transcript, report card, etc.) in lieu of a photo ID if they do not otherwise have one.  Proof of home address must still be provided if not stated on school enrollment documents.

Minors ages 13-17 may also have their application signed by their parent or guardian*, who may provide identification/address validation on the minor’s behalf.  Both the parent or guardian and the minor should be present to apply for a library card.


For more info on Libby, here's the Overdrive video:  Libby App Intro video