Ancestry Library Edition (temporary remote access)
We have temporary access to Ancestry through Badgerlink that you can get from home! Please read all of the steps first and then follow the steps below to access Ancestry.
2. Under “Choose Your Library or School”, select “Mayville – Mayville Public Library” in the drop-down menu.
3. Enter your Mayville library card number.
4. Return to the library’s website by clicking on your browser’s back button twice*, then click here.
5. Start using Ancestry from home.
*You may not need to do step #4 every time. If, after entering your library card number, your device takes you to Ancestry, you can start using it from there without hitting your back button on your browser.
Check out the classes offered through Gale Courses in the Monarch Catalog. There are over 360 available including guitar lessons, Photoshop, personal finance, Microsoft applications, computer programming, health care certificates, and so much more! ENROLL TODAY! A new six week session starts on Wed., Jan. 13, 2021. What class will you choose? Click here : https://education.gale.com/l-monarchls/
If you don’t have time to enroll for this session, future sessions start on Feb 10, March 17 and April 14.
No card? No problem! Sign up for a virtual library card today to access our digital library collections. Click here to get started:
Have a question about virtual cards? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help!
Once the library is open again, come in and get a permanent library card. You will need to bring a photo id and something with your name and address on it when you come in.
Rbdigital offers magazines to stream or download to your device.
As of 9/14/2020, the Audiobooks previously available in Rbdigital were moved to Libby by Overdrive. Try using the Libby App which is available on the Wisconsin digital library to check out these Audiobooks. For more information about Libby click here.
Use your Mayville library card to download magazines for FREE through RBdigital, an online service for downloading digital media. Patrons enjoy free access to magazines at home, in the library, or on the go. RBdigital is compatible with all popular listening devices, and mobile apps are available for IOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices. You will need to know your library card number to use this service.
You must register for your RBdigital account from a web browser ( you can click on the link below). After that you can continue to access RBdigital from the browser link or you can download the RBdigital app from your app store and sign in to your account. YOU CAN’T register for an account through the app.
To create a RBdigital account:
Go to : https://monarchwi.rbdigital.com/
Click on Register
Enter a username, password (must be at least 7 characters and include letters and numbers) library card number, first name, last name, email, zip code, and library (select Mayville Public Library) from the list.
Click on Register. You will see a page showing where you can get help, FAQS, and Rbdigital apps that you can download for your specific device.
Download ebooks and digital audiobooks using Libby by Overdrive
What is Libby?
Libby is a free app where you can borrow ebooks and digital audiobooks from your public library. You can stream books with Wi-Fi or mobile data, or download them for offline use and read anytime, anywhere. All you need to get started is a library card.
Is Libby free to use?
Yes, Libby is completely free. The Libby app is free to install from your device’s app store, and all the digital content from your library is free to borrow with a valid library card. There are no subscription costs, no in-app purchases, and no late fees (books are automatically returned on their due dates).
What devices are compatible with Libby?
You can download the Libby app on most iOS, Android, and Windows 10 devices. If your device isn’t compatible with the app, you can still use Libby by going to libbyapp.com in a web browser. We suggest using the latest version of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge. If you want to read on a Kindle device you can use Libby but you must use a different device to send the ebook or digital audiobook to your Kindle. There is no Libby app available in the Amazon app store at this time.
Is Libby the same as OverDrive?
Libby is built by OverDrive, who also developed the classic OverDrive app. Both apps let you borrow the same free digital content from your library. However, Libby was designed to make finding, borrowing, and enjoying free ebooks and audiobooks easier than ever.
How do I use Libby?
The first time you open Libby, you’ll be prompted to find a library and add a library card. You will need to know your library pin number also. If you don’t, call us and we can get one set up for you.
Then, you can browse your library’s collection of ebooks and audiobooks or search for a specific title, author, or series.
When you borrow a book, it’s added to your Loans (on your Shelf). You can start reading or listening in Libby, or send a book to a Kindle device (U.S. libraries only). Books are automatically returned on their due dates, so you never need to worry about late fees.
If you’re interested in a book that isn’t available right away, you can place a hold and be added to a wait list. Once the book is available, it’ll be automatically borrowed and added to your Shelf.
How do I get help using Libby?
Go to Libby’s help page at helplibbyapp.com. You can also call Mayville Public Library at 920/387-7910.