Online Resources FAQ
For now, if you wish to sign up to Mango Languages to track your progress, you will need to do so on a computer through the Mango Languages resource on the library website. Once you have registered you can then use the Mango Languages app on a mobile device and log in with your email address and password.
Australasian Video Online
Australian Art Auction Records
Books & Authors
Business Book Summaries
Carter's Price Guide to Antiques
Dynamic Learning Online
Early Experiences in Australasia
Yes. You can download and keep up to 3 songs a week.
Library patrons are able to download 3 songs per week and listen to 5 hours of streaming music per day from the Freegal website, for free. Your Freegal music account has a download usage counter, located in the upper right corner displaying your weekly allotment and resets each Monday at 12.01 am (Eastern Time, USA).
Once you have logged into your Freegal Music account, simply search for music that you like so that you may either listen to or download.
Further general questions, experienced technical issues or mobile app information can be accessed here.
You can stream 5 hours per day.
Gale Virtual Reference Library
No, but you can download articles in HTML, PDF or listen to them on your MP3 player.
Health & Wellness Resource Centre
Hobbies & Crafts Reference Centre
Issues in English 2
National geographic Virtual Library
Yes. Consult the Newsbank "How To Use" section for instructions.
Oxford Art Online
Road to IELTS Academic
Story Box Library
The Computer School
All content is streamed, not downloaded, so it never takes up space.
Users can access from any tablet with Flash Adobe 8.0+ and an internet connection. If your device does not support Flash Player (eg. iPad, iPhone), the Tumblebook site will automatically redirect you to a "iPad& Mobile Device" site when you log in. However if you are not automatically redirected, simply choose "Mobile" from the drop down menu at the top right corner and click "Go".
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World Vital Records
No. Printing is available from the desktop only.
Yes, from the desktop version if the publisher of the magazine has allowed it.
You are able to print 4 pages only at one time.
The Zinio for Libraries App allows you to read magazines offline.
If the publisher has allowed it, the patterns are available as links to the publishers website, and it can be printed from there.
If a pattern has been supplied, this link may be found in the text of the patterns instructions eg. (see pattern sheet 1), or it may be found at the beginning or end of the pattern instructions.
Note: Printing is not available from the Zinio App