Updated September 14, 2018 10:00:19 A free online library has been added to the Dayton Metro Library.
The Dayton Metro Libraries are expanding their online library offerings, which include digital reading, video and audio content.
The new online library will be available starting September 28.
The new online libraries are being created to meet the needs of people in a variety of different communities.
The digital reading and video content will be provided by the Dayton Public Library.
There are also online courses available, such as the Digital Arts, History, Geography and Public Health courses.
The audio content is being provided by The New York Times and CNN.
The free online libraries will have about 30,000 books available for patrons to use and enjoy.
There will be a number of interactive programs, such like quizzes, games and trivia, which are accessible to users.
The online libraries also have interactive features such as an interactive timeline of events and events in Dayton.
The library is also offering discounted online membership and discounts to students.
They will also be offering discounts on their digital subscription, which will include unlimited reading, reading on demand, access to online videos, and the ability to purchase additional digital content.
The libraries are currently looking for new online volunteers to help them continue to expand their online offerings.