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In addition to the below resources, your Coffs Harbour Library card also grants you access to the wide range of resources from the State Library of New South Wales, including eBooks .
The Australian Bureau of Statistics provides access to ABS' full standard product range on-line, including Census data. This is complemented by Council's Community Profile data tailored specifically for the Coffs Harbour local government area.
 Beamafilm - streaming your favourite documentaries and indie features... Beamafilm is Australia’s premium movie streaming channel for true stories and independent voices, featuring a carefully curated and unique collection of over 400 award-winning documentaries, independent features and festival favourites to delight, inspire and entertain you.
CHCC Community Atlas - key socio-demographic characteristics for the Coffs Harbour LGA presented as interactive maps.
CHCC Community Profile provides demographic analysis for the Coffs Harbour LGA based on results from previous Censuses. Included here is CHCC Population Forecasts which looks into what is driving population change in the community and how the population, age structure and household types will change.
Gale Books and Authors - Answer the age-old question, “What do I read next?” Search and match reading interests to books, authors, genres, or topics.
Gale Literature Resource Center - Find up-to-date biographies, overviews, full-text criticisms, audio interviews, and reviews on writers from all eras.
Gale OneFile: News - Access major U.S. and international newspapers online to search articles instantly by title, headline, date, or other fields.
Need help fixing your car or motorbike?  You now have free online access to hundreds of Haynes workshop manuals using your computer, tablet or mobile device. Access is available in the library and from your home (or garage) with your library card and password.
Australian Indigenous Index to the Koori Mail, a national fortnightly newspaper published in Lismore, NSW, that focuses on the Indigenous people of Australia, from May 1991 to date. It is also an index to biographical information from various magazines including: Our Aim (1907–1961), Dawn (1952–1969), New Dawn (1970–1975) and Identity (1971–1982).
National Geographic Virtual Library - brings the National Geographic Society to the library in a cross-searchable platform that fits the way today's students and patrons conduct their research. A powerful tool for research through the 100+ years of quality publications.


PressReader provides unlimited access to over 7,000 publications from around the world in 60+ languages, with the ability to translate in 18 different languages, text to speech functionality, and much much more! The full text of each newspaper is displayed in colour, including photos and classifieds.  Access online via the website or the web App.
Select Sign in, Select “Library  or Group”, Search for Coffs Harbour Libraries, and enter your library number and PIN.


Studiosity - (for years 10, 11, & 12) - ease the stress of the HSC with this free online tutoring service. Studiosity is available in the library or from home (all you need is your Library card) and is the place to go to get help from trained, professional tutors. You can connect live to a tutor, get writing feedback, or make the most of the hundreds of curriculum based practice tests available once you log in.  

Technology Skills Online - a curated list of useful online tools to help you learn basic digital literacy skills. 

Trove - explore Australian resources: books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.

Access the encyclopaedic knowledge of World Book today - anywhere, anytime. This fabulous resource includes World Book eBooks (download the app), Early World of Learning, the classic World Book Encyclopaedia suited to all levels (Kids, Student, Advanced), and Timelines. 
World Book eBooks - informational eBooks perfect for school assignments.
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