e-resources

​​Digital resources (e-resources) are available to members of the Library from the comfort of your home or within the Library. You will need your Shire of Manjimup Library card to use some of the resources listed below. Click on the image to access the e-resource on your desktop computer.  Alternatively, you can download the app on your Apple or Android mobile device or book a computer at your Library.

If you are concerned about how to protect yourself online, the Australian Government publishes a booklet; Protecting Yourself Online which gives advice on protecting your computer, being smart online to avoid identity or financial fraud and most importantly, protecting your kids.

Check out our tips and hints for using these e-resources.

​All library members now have the opportunity to stream over 30,000 movies free to their home device. All you need to access this fantastic new resource is a Shire of Manjimup or State Library membership card. Get started now by visiting the kanopy website. Learn more about kanopy for Apple, Android and computers.

​​Download eBooks anytime, anywhere!
Library members can borrow and read or download thousands of ebooks. Sign in with your library card to enjoy digital books on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or ebook reader anytime, anywhere. Learn more here.
​BorrowBox is an award winning digital service which enables Library members to borrow digital content – eBooks and eAudiobooks for limited periods by way of digital loans. It is available online or via apps on your Apple or Android device. Learn more here and here.
​RB Digital provides Library members with access to a range of eMagazines delivered right to their desktop pc or mobile device. Learn how to use RB Digital here.
​Britannica Library includes the Complete, Student and Junior Encyclopaedias. There are more than 150,000 articles, links to over 20,000 Internet sites reviewed by Britannica editors and over 750 full text journals and magazines. Simply click on the link and enter the barcode on your library card.
Page reviewed: 11 Dec 2017 11:50am