10Monkeys

Ancestry

Australasian Video Online

Australian Art Auction Records

Books & Authors

Britannica Library

Business Book Summaries

Busy Projects

Busythings

Carter's Price Guide to Antiques

Choice Online

Credo Reference

Dynamic Learning Online

Early Experiences in Australasia

FindMyPast

Freegal

Gale Virtual Reference Library

Goodreading Magazine

Grid Club

Health & Wellness Resource Centre

Hobbies & Crafts Reference Centre

Issues in English 2

Literacy Planet

Lynda.com

Mango Languages

MyCareerMatch

MyResume

National geographic Virtual Library

Newsbank

Novelist K8

Novelist Plus

Overdrive

Oxford Art Online

PK Magazine

Rainforest Coding

Road to IELTS Academic

SAI Global

SpineOut

Story Box Library

The Computer School

TumbleBookLibrary

Universal Class

Who Else Writes Like...?

Who Next...?

World Book

World Vital Records

YourTutor

Zinio


Online Resources

Some eResources may ask you to create an account with them for which you may have to create a log-in and password that are separate from your library account details. An account may be necessary to allow you to:
• Maintain progress or scores, for example if you are learning a language;
• Create playlists or wish lists;
• To maintain your privacy.

10Monkeys

Ancestry

No. The Ancestry Library is only accessible free of charge in any Logan City Council Library.

Australasian Video Online

Australian Art Auction Records

Books & Authors

Britannica Library

Business Book Summaries

Busy Projects

Busythings

Busythings can be accessed on desktops, ipads and android tablets.

Carter's Price Guide to Antiques

Choice Online

Credo Reference

Dynamic Learning Online

Early Experiences in Australasia

FindMyPast

No. FindMyPast is only accessible free of charge in any Logan City Council Library.

Freegal

Yes. The Freegal music interface is designed for use on desktop browsers. For mobile devices, Freegal has developed a mobile App that is compatiable with iOS and Android devices.

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.

Freegal is a free library service that the library offers. You are able to access Sony Music Entertainment's catalogue and thousands of labels containing millions of songs and hundreds of genres.

Gale Virtual Reference Library

No, but you can download articles in HTML, PDF or listen to them on your MP3 player.

Goodreading Magazine

Yes, the publisher of the magazine has allowed it.

Once you log in you are able to create wish lists and reading lists, write reviews, read the magazine online and purchase books.

Grid Club

Health & Wellness Resource Centre

You may download the article or document as a file to be saved on your computer.

 

New periodical and newspaper articles are added daily.

Hobbies & Crafts Reference Centre

Yes. The complete "how-to" instructions for hobbies and crafts can be downloaded and saved to your computer.

Issues in English 2

Literacy Planet

Yes. LiteracyPlanet provides a safe and controlled learning environment where interaction between students is controlled. Students only interact with others using predetermined messages that are designed to foster a spirit of support, encouragement and shared learning. No private details are accessible.

Yes. The program is suitable for students aged 4 to 15.

Lynda.com

Yes. Create your profile on your desktop first. Download the app from your preferred app store, and log in with the user name and password. Using the app allows you to download content for viewing offline.

Yes. lynda.com provides download options on both the desktop and the app, allowing you to download content for viewing offline. On your desktop, select the “View offline” button located underneath the video to start the download (you will need to download the desktop app to download content). On the app, simply click the download icon to download one or all of your videos in your current course.

No, all Queenslanders have free access to lynda.com using your library membership. The State Library has a state-wide subscription which allows all Queensland residents unlimited access to the online courses from any compatible desktop or portable device, whether on a library computer, at your home or business, or on your mobile device.

Mango Languages

Mango offers products for all ages. Mango courses are effective for just about anyone who is old enough to read!

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.

MyCareerMatch

MyResume

National geographic Virtual Library

Newsbank

Yes. Consult the Newsbank "How To Use" section for instructions.

Novelist K8

Novelist Plus

Overdrive

Oxford Art Online

PK Magazine

A new PK magazine is out every two months.

Rainforest Coding

Road to IELTS Academic

SAI Global

SpineOut

A new SpineOut magazine is out every two months.

SpineOut accepts your material in PDF, image, mp3 or video format. It can be book reviews, articles, poetry, book trailers, lyrics, music videos, cartoons, illustrations inspired by words, short films, or other creative work that you have produced

Story Box Library

Yes, Story Box Library is compatible with hand-held devices (such as iPad, Tablet and Smartphone) that feature internet access.

The Computer School

TumbleBookLibrary

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".

Universal Class

Who Else Writes Like...?

No, you can't. Who else writes like...? is an online catalogue to help you discover new books and authors you may not have read before. Once discovered, search the libray catalogue to locate a copy of the book.

Select the type of books that interest you from the genres and themes menu. Some categories have been sub-divided to help you find writers you will enjoy.

Yes, the News and Updates page for information provides suggested reads.

The editor has also listed his top 25 novels of all time, and include a top 10 in a number of different genres: Crime; Classics; Psychological Thrillers; Sagas; Horror, etc.

The online catalogue is designed for adults, however, some titles written by authors included in this website may be suitable for young adult readers.

Who Next...?, is specially designed to help encourage children and young people to explore the world of reading.

Who Next...?

The database is designed for children and young people. The most popular titles by each author are listed and the information is arranged in four age groups: 5-7, 8-11, 12-14 and 14+. Parents, teachers and older teenagers will find many more authors on Who Else Write Like...?

No, you can't. Who next? is an online catalogue to help you discover new books and authors you may not have read before. Once discovered, search the libray catalogue to locate a copy of the book.

Select the type of books that interest you from the genres and themes menu. Some categories have been sub-divided to help you find writers you will enjoy.

Yes, the News and Updates page for information provides suggested reads. Who Next ...? also suggests suitable titles for dyslexic and reluctant readers.

World Book

World Vital Records

YourTutor

The online tutors provide direction, guidance, feedback, support, prompting, and help students get ‘unstuck’. Because getting stuck and overcoming that struggle efficiently and effectively - at the moment of need - is crucial.

With tightly upheld ethical standards and policies, teachers and parents are assured that the help students receive is contributing to their capability to think for themselves - they employ a strict ‘no answers’ policy.

Tutors are randomly allocated to students, according to their availability. Once a student has chosen their subject, they are placed in the queue for that subject and are assigned the next available tutor.

 

The online tutors are highest quality teachers, university experts, tutors, and other subject-experts. Every single one has to go through stringent checks with the highest standards, to make sure only the best are allowed in the YourTutor network of tutors.

Zinio

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