FREE music downloads @ WLPL
The West Lafayette Public Library is excited to offer the Freegal music download service to our patrons!
The West Lafayette Library's subscription with Freegal offers YOU free access to millions of song from over 10,000 labels including the Sony Music Catalog.
How Freegal Music Works:
- Library users have a weekly download limit of three downloads (songs) per week. You will be able to keep track of your downloads in the upper right corner of the site. Every song has a sample clip you can listen to before you download.
- The downloads on this site are all in the MP3 format with no DRM. This service will work with any MP3 player, including iPod, and can be loaded into iTunes. It works on both PCs and Macs. Check out our new mobile apps for iOS and Android devices!
- Be sure to check out the browsing areas, especially Artists A to Z (on the "see all genres" page) and the genre lists (menu bar). Click on see all genres to view dozens of categories.
To access Freegal, go to https://wlaf.freegalmusic.com/ and enter in your Library card number and password. *Please contact the Library if you require assistance.
I Didn't Know the Library had THAT!
Try our NEW online access to the GALE VIRTUAL REFERENCE LIBRARY!
A dynamic collection of Gale/Cengage ebooks featuring biographies, authors, plot summaries, technology, cultural studies, business, medicine and much much more.
Click here and use the password inspire to log on and get started......
Learn in Dig•Me
Get Tech help here!
Tuesdays - 3:00 to 5:00 pm - Need computer, tablet, eBook help or advice? Scott Tracey will help you out.
Wednesdays - 3:00 to 4:00 pm - Mark's Mac Help: Professor Emeritus Mark Levinthal will field your Mac and iPad questions.
to schedule a Dig•Me help session or to reserve the room for your own use.
Click HERE for a complete (but ever-growing) list of Dig•Me services.
Reference Links: Local History
West Lafayette Memories project on going historical research about West Lafayette. A joint project of faculty from Purdue University and the West Lafayette Public Library.
- Tour De Lafayette & West Lafayette
- C-Span archive of City & County Council Minutes
- West Lafayette Public Library Board Minute Archive from 1921 through 1940
- Tippecanoe County Historical Society & The Feast of the Hunters' Moon
- Wabash-Erie Canal Association WebSite
- Archaeological Research Resources
- Lost Indiana
- Indiana State Library
Nick's Picks of Nick's Picks
Looking for a good book? Librarian Nick Schenkel has been reading and reviewing books for local radio station WBAA for over 25 years. Here is a list of Nick’s favorites of all the books he’s read & reviewed - you may enjoy some of these too!