Answered By: Joe Bond
Last Updated: Mar 11, 2017     Views: 30

Audiobook records will look a little different in our catalog and downloadable services. 

When searching our catalog BiblioCommons (which contains downloadable audiobooks in various databases from private companies), you can find the reader's name on the full record for any item. While looking for audiobooks on CD or downloadable audiobooks you may click on any item and find the reader in one or both of these places: under Details where it says "Additional Contributors" or under Full Record where it says "Performers."

If you are searching directly within OneClickdigital, you may click on any audiobook and then click the Information tab. The reader will be listed as "Narrator." 

In the OverDrive catalog, you can find the reader's name in the item record if there is a review at the bottom of the page. We recommend verifying the reader using BiblioCommons. 

Using hoopla, click an audiobook and see the reader listed next to the item image. Look for "Read By | Name."