Your Gannawarra Library Service library card is your passport to all these wonderful free resources.
Not a member? Go to our Catalogue page and click on My Account for information on how to become a member and access these resources immediately.
Beamafilm offers library members 900+ quality documentaries and indie features with a focus on Australian stories. Get streaming today!
How do I start watching movies?
- Create account and log in using your library card here.
- Verify your account through your email
- Browse films
- Choose one to watch
- Start watching
Where do I watch?
You can watch from any internet connected device (your phone, tablet, PC etc) OR you can chrome cast to your TV from any of your devices OR you can use your Apple TV.
Any small print or 'catches'?
No! No viewing limits. Watch as many as you want, whenever you want. It’s FREE with your library membership.
Beamafilm now has a handy app for apple and android.
During this difficult time, escapism provided by literature is needed more than ever. That being the case, until 31 July the wonderful people at Ulverscroft have made uLIBRARY eAudio books free to access for libraries!
Sign up is simple - you don't even need to be a library member. Simply fill in the registration form and Ulverscroft will email you your log-in details with instructions on how to get started. You will have access to over 500 of Ulverscroft's exclusive audiobooks from best selling authors like Anne Cleeves, James Patterson and Lee Child.
Borrow, download and enjoy eBooks and eAudio books from the comfort of your living room. Simply install the BorrowBox app on your Apple iOS or Android device and select from the extensive range. The BorrowBox app is available for free from the App Store or Google Play. You will need your membership card and PIN, (the last 6 digits of your membership number) the first time you download the app to your device. You can read or listen all within the app and access your library wherever you go. Go to the BorrowBox website for more information.
Story Box Library
Story Box Library features engaging online stories aimed at Australian primary school aged children. Our stories are a little bit cheeky, a little bit charming and a whole lot of fun! Created for Australian children to view stories by Australian authors and illustrators, being read aloud by fantastic storytellers. Visit Story Box Library to log in using your Gannawarra Library Service membership card.
Want to access your library on the go? We've got an app for that! BookMyne is free and easy to use. Download today through the App Store or Google Play. You will need your library membership card and PIN, (the last 6 digits of your membership number) the first time you download the app to your device.
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck on a study question or not sure where to even start with an assignment? Try Studiosity, an online resource which connects students with qualified online specialists for free, one-on-one help. Get help with your essay or report draft in less than 24 hours, or live, expert assistance with subjects like writing, Maths, Science, Economics and more. Friendly subject specialists are waiting online to help you, 24/7. Use your library membership number and password, (last 6 digits of membership number) to log in. If you don't have a library card you can take out an online membership here.
Britannica Library helps you find reliable information fast. Britannica delivers with a user friendly approach making it easier to conduct research, complete homework assignments, and work on special projects, and includes supporting research tools and resources. Britannica is available both within the Library and from home as part of your Gannawarra Library membership.
Visit: Britannica website
We understand patrons may be looking for additional resources to assist them with home schooling and students with project work whilst learning remotely.
Britannica ImageQuest has been made available until 31 July. Just use your Gannawarra Library membership number to access.
Access millions of images from over 60 of the world’s best and most respected image libraries – all from one safe site. Collections include the Bridgeman Art Library, Dorling Kindersley Images, Getty Images, National Portrait Gallery of London, National Geographic Society, Nature Picture Library, Science Photo Library, Australian Associated Press, Auscape Photo Library and other leading names. All have joined with Britannica® to provide the best and broadest collection of proprietary educational imagery.
The Computer School
The Computer Schools contains thousands of easy to follow tutorials on computer basics, technology basics, tablets and mobile devices, Microsoft, Apple, Samsung, Androids, Google, social media, digital photography, PhotoShop, Dreamweaver and much more.
Have your library card ready to boost your IT skills at home or on your own device. If you’re visiting the library and using our computers please use the visitor password ‘member3579’. Go to The Computer School website.
Ancestry is the world's largest online family history resource. Search more than 11 billion records from all around the world in the Library edition.
Ancestry Library Edition can be accessed from the public computers at Kerang and Cohuna.
Better Health Channel
The Better Health Channel is a government website that provides health and medical information to help individuals and their communities improve their health and wellbeing.
Visit: Better Health Channel website