Electronic resources can help you with your assignments and research. Most of these resources can be accessed over the internet, but some resources can only be accessed from within Eurobodalla's three libraries.
You will need a current library membership card to log in. Your login ID is the barcode number on your library card and your default password is your date of birth.
Access over the internet
EBSCO Host offers journal articles and research papers across a variety of professional disciplines and topics, from a range of databases.
Australian/New Zealand reference centre
Australian/New Zealand Reference Centre offers magazines and newspaper articles on topics including health, current affairs, science, social science, business and literature. It contains 35,000 full-text biographies, 10,000 images and 1,000 maps.
MasterFILE Complete contains more than 2,100 full-text publications dating as far back as 1975. It covers a wide range of general interest subjects and includes reference books, biographies, primary source documents, photos, maps and flags.
Literary reference center plus
Literary Reference Center Plus contains thousands of full text literature resources. Texts include plot summaries, author biographies and interviews, journal articles, book reviews and literary critiques, poems, short stories, and classic texts.
Science reference center
Science Reference Center provides access to full-text science resources such as encyclopedias, reference books and periodicals. Topics include biology, chemistry, physics, technology, nature and the environment.
GreenFILE database includes resources about the impact individuals, corporations and governments have on the environment. Topics include global climate change, green building, pollution, sustainable agriculture, renewable energy and recycling.
Consumer health complete
Consumer Health Complete is a comprehensive database for material about consumer-oriented health. It contains resources on all areas of health and wellbeing. Topics include mainstream medicine, complementary, holistic and integrated medicine.
Trove is an online search engine hosted by the National Library of Australia. It provides access to resources from the National Library, State Libraries and over 1,000 other libraries all over Australia. You can search for books, newspapers, journals, diaries, letters, theses, maps, photos and music.
Academic search premier
Academic Search Premier is a popular research database, providing access to acclaimed full-text journals, magazines, and other valuable resources.
NoveList Plus can help you find your next book to read. The database has information about 135,000 fiction and non-fiction titles, as well as over 400 discussion guides for book groups.
You can search for information by author, title or series, as well as find lists of award-winning books.
Points of view
Australian/New Zealand points of view reference is a database of full-text essays that present different perspectives on current issues, as well as guides for developing arguments and debating.
Essays topics include cloning, DNA profiling, stem cell research, nuclear power, immigration, voting and many more scientific and social issues.
Australia Remembers has created personalised and individualised online digital Anzac Journals for Gallipoli and World War One Anzac and Veterans who served in World War Two. These Anzac & Veteran Journals are dedicated personally to the sacred memory of each individual Anzac and Veteran who served. Journals along with Anzac and Veteran profiles can be searched and viewed on the Australia Remembers website.
Mango languages teaches you practical grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and cultural skills of over sixty different languages. There are a large range of course options available to suit your needs. Mango Basic courses teach skills for simple conversations in only a few hours, and Mango Complete 2.0 provides in-depth, comprehensive language skills.
Zinio operates online newsstands and award winning iOS, Android, Windows and Kindle apps in more than thirty languages. Browse a broad selection of digital magazines accessible on any platform that can be read on or offline, synced across multiple devices and searched for archival content.
In-library access only
Ancestry library edition
Ancestry is the world's largest family history database where you can browse historical documents such as census records and start a family tree. It provides a wide range of resources for genealogical and historical research, with access to over 4,000 databases.
- Moruya Library 02 4474 1333
- Batemans Bay Library 02 4472 5850
- Narooma Library 02 4476 1164