Use your Highland Park Library card to access movies, TV shows, and more with hoopla and RBDigital.
Borrow movies, music, audiobooks, books, comics, and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or phone – and even your TV!
With no wait lists, titles can be streamed immediately on a laptop or desktop computer at https://www.hoopladigital.com/ or with mobile devices through the hoopla app, which is available for Android, IOS, and Amazon. Apps for TV services include AppleTV, AndroidTV, AmazonFireTV, and Roku. There are hundreds of thousands of titles to choose from, with more being added daily.
At the website or in the app, after setting up a hoopla account with your library card number and PIN, patrons can use their username and password to check out. Temporarily, the monthly title limit for the service has been increased to allow for more check outs.
View the User Guide for hoopla on mobile devices.
View the User Guide for streaming to televisions.
Learn from top professors and watch British TV shows and films with two streaming services for Library patrons from Recorded Books.
The Great Courses Library Collection and Acorn TV can be enjoyed on a laptop or desktop computer at https://highlandparktx.rbdigital.com/ or with mobile devices through the RBdigital app, which is available for Android and iOS.
At the website or in the app, after setting up an RBDigital Account, patrons can use their Highland Park Library card number and PIN to check out a pass for a week’s worth of access to one of the streaming services. Once the pass expires, simply check out another weekly pass to keep using the service.
View the User Guide for RBDigital services.
For more detailed information about these services and how to use them, please visit the Library’s website. Digital services are a great way to access the content you want, when you want it.
Highland Park Library staff are available by phone and email, Tuesday - Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., during the Library’s temporary closure to assist patrons with their information needs, answer questions about library cards, issue library cards, and offer consultations on accessing digital services.
Please reach out to Library staff in the following ways:
- By email, email@example.com or the Ask a Librarian Service available on the Library’s website.
- By phone, 214-559-9400; if prompted to leave a message, please know messages will be checked regularly.
- By Live Chat on the Library’s Home Page or Welcome Page, Tuesdays - Saturdays from 1:00 - 5:30 p.m.
The Highland Park Library faithfully serves as the community’s Connection to Lifelong Learning.