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Using the library's login details, members can access more than 50 research and special interest databases. We also have accounts that give members access to a host of local and international newspapers and magazines, including archives. Members can access many of these from their personal computers using the details we provide. Some can only be accessed from library computers due to copyright and contract restrictions.
Please visit this page for our full list of databases that can only be accessed from a City library.
Our complete list of databases you can access at home.
The Community Services Directory is a searchable database that lists local services, which the library updates regularly.
Library members can now download and listen to over 2000 eAudiobook titles. Download eAudiobooks to enjoy on your computer or portable device. For more information on how to use this resource visit our eAudiobook guide.
We provide eBooks for loan. You can download eBooks straight to your device through our online catalogue. For more information on how to use this resource, read our eBook guide.
Library members can now download and read over 16,000 eComics and eGraphic Novels titles to enjoy on your computer or portable device. For more information on how to use this resource download our eComics guide.
Library members can read more than 130 popular magazines online, with no loan limits or borrowing periods.
Library members can now stream and download music online, with no software to download and no digital rights management restrictions.
Browse through 3000 local, regional and international publications online, with titles from more than 100 countries in over 60 languages.
We have put together a list of courses you can do at your own pace.
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Last updated: Friday, 23 September 2016