Haynes Manuals AllAccess is a library of manuals covering a vast range of car and motorcycle makes and models, with up-to-date content including common repairs, routine maintenance and servicing procedures.
Gunnedah Shire Library is now able to offer free access to hundreds of online car and motorcycle manuals through its subscription to Haynes AllAccess Manuals.
Library members will be able to access the manuals directly on the library computers but also from home using their library card number.
Library members can access hundreds of magazines on different topics, and thousands of audio and ebook titles.To get started, just click on the rbdigital icon and follow the prompts to create an account using your library card number. Download the desktop or mobile app to search, check out, read or listen to a wide range of material.
World Trade Press contains information about the culture, travel, language, and food for 174 countries of the world.Through 10 Adult and 6 Junior services, this database will provide you with the most accurate and updated information on all aspects of the world including food, cookery, culture, travel, road tripping, language learning, maps and business.All this information is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from any location in the world simultaneously by all library members.Just click on the links below and follow the prompts, entering your Gunnedah Shire Library card number to access this database.
Use the links on the pages to access a huge range of Virtual Excursions, Museum, Zoo and National Park visits, Read and be read to via Audio and eBooks, and have fun with the Play, Make, Do & Learn sites.
Free Learning Experiences March 2020
Thanks to Coonamble Shire Librarian for compiling the list from NSW libraries.
View Gunnedah Shire Library's current list of 2020 eResources here.
Members of Gunnedah library can now get free access to 500 audio books, courtesy of Ulverscroft. The books will be available until 31 July 2020 and the access to the platform is super simple.
Click on the link in the document, and it takes you straight to the relevant sign in page. Just enter your name and email address and Ulverscroft will send you the relevant log-in details.
Then you can start reading, including favourite authors such as Anne Cleeves, James Patterson, and Lee Child.
View a list of Free Mental Health eResources here.
The State Library of New South Wales has a wide range of resources available to the community.Along with eBooks and historical databases which you can search, you can also ‘listen’ to a painting, complete a jigsaw puzzle based on images within their collection or read or listen to a story in one of five indigenous languages.There is also a ‘HSC base camp’ which brings together many resources available for senior students and topic-based activities for home learning.The State Library provides access to range of databases, such as EBSCO which contains entries from journals in a range of subject areas from biology and chemistry to religion and philosophy. A great resource for senior secondary and tertiary students that is accessible through the State Library eResources portal.
This new e-database allows children to enjoy digital books from their own home in a range of languages. There is even the option to watch a book in a language, then watch the same book translated and narrated in English, to assist with learning English or bilingualism. Books can also be read with Australian accents. More languages will be added over time.Library members can access LOTE Online for Kids by following the link and logging in with the password: “yourlibrary17”