We offer a great range of academic and general interest e-resources through our online databases.
Search newspapers online, visit the our consumer health or science reference centres, find your next great read on Novelist, or use Britannica Library Kids for your school project. There is something for everyone.
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All eLibrary services require login with your Kiama Library card. (Look for the number under the barcode on the back - capital K followed by a seven-digit number.)
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State Library of New South Wales eResources
Access an extensive range of State Library of New South Wales eResources online with your Kiama Library card.
Simply go to the State Library of New South Wales to register your Kiama Library membership number. Then browse the State Library's eResources and, when it asks you to sign in, use your Kiama Library number.
NoveList has been helping readers find their next favourite book for more than twenty years, and continues to develop innovative solutions for connecting readers, books and libraries. Browse by genre, age or recommended lists, and categories like 'for fans of ...', or 'haunting and moving' and 'quirky and likeable'.
Britannica Library is a great resource for school assignments and general interest. With separate age-appropriate platforms for kids, teens and adults, you can read articles about notable events and people; explore maps of continents, countries and oceans; and access thousands of videos, images and audioclips. The world is your oyster.
EXPLORA is a fantastic new mobile-friendly database for students and teachers, by EBSCO Host. Explore by topic or keyword, and access videos, articles and primary source documents for all your assignment needs.
The Science Reference Centre is designed to meet every student researcher's needs. In addition to hundreds of science periodicals, biographies, science reference books, science essays, science encyclopedias and science videos, it contains a vast image collection of landscapes, plants, animals, rock formations and fungi.
The Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre is designed for students, researchers and general interest readers, and includes periodicals, reference books, over 80,000 biographies, and an image collection of over 510,000 photos, maps and flags.
This is your one-stop-shop for Ebsco Host databases - one of the world's largest online research and general information platforms. With quality databases and search features, EBSCOhost helps researchers and general users of all kinds find current, reliable information fast.