Library reopening: Liverpool City Library and Carnes Hill Library open from Monday 11 October. Liverpool Regional Museum to open Tuesday 19 October.

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Access to a range of useful databases to assist you with your school subjects and topics. For students in year 7 - 10.

Information from over 3000 journals covering a wide range of topics.

Go to Academic Search Premier website

Focuses on Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Asia. It includes primary sources, maps, images and charts.

Go to the Ancient and Medieval History Online website

Australasian magazines and international newspapers, newswires and reference books. Includes photos, maps, flags and more.

Go to ANZ Reference Centre website

Covers a range of subjects within an arts and social science context including education, history, media, political science and technology.

Go to the APAFT website

Lives and works of writers including information on characters, themes, movements and games

Go to the Bloom's website

A database of pictures for students with nearly three million images on a huge range of subjects.

Go to Britannica Image Quest website

Full text articles covering all areas of health including mainstream and complementary medicine.

Go to the Consumer Health Complete website

Encyclopedia Britannica Online Library Edition contains content for adults, students and children. There are journal and magazine articles, editor chosen and approved websites, a world atlas and country comparisons.

Go to the Encyclopedia Britannica website

This comprehensive, full-text database provides information on thousands of authors and their works across literary disciplines and time frames.

Go to Literary Reference Centre website

People, places and events from the mid 15th century to the present. Contains full text articles and includes primary sources, maps, images and charts.

Go to the Modern World History Online website

Reputable, authoritative, and appropriate content that brings children aged 6-14 the world in a way they've never seen it before.  Fun and substantive, National Geographic Kids will take them on amazing adventures in science, nature, culture, archaeology and space.

Go to the National Geographic Kids website

OneSearch searches across all EBSCO and selected other databases as well as the Library's catalogue.

Go to the OneSearch website

More than 200,000 articles that span ancient to contemporary art and architecture, and more than 19,000 images of works of art, structures, plans, and artist signatures.

Type the letters LC in front of your Library card number to log in from home.

Go to the Oxford Art Online website

Online access to leading Australian and New Zealand newspapers.

Go to Proquest Australia & New Zealand Newsstand website

Information from a wide range of scholarly journals, magazines and other publications.

Go to Proquest Research Library website

A general science resource focusing on key concepts such as earth science, the history of science, life science, physical science and many others

Go to Science in Context website

Comprehensive database providing access to a wide range of full text information covering all the sciences.

Go to Science Reference Centre website

Each issue of SpineOut is packed full of student's creative stuff including book reviews, artwork, music, films and more!

Go to Spineout website

Transparent Language Online is a self-paced language learning program.  It supports over 90 languages including English as a Second Language (ESL). Learn on your computer or download the app.
First time users Sign Up with your library card number and then create an account to access your language learning.  If you choose to download the app for your mobile phone, iPad, or tablet  please activate your app with a special code.  See instructions

Go to the Transparent Language website

A fully comprehensive, authoritative encyclopedia

Go to World Book Online website

Information on people, places and geographical concepts with the ability to compare countries.

Go to the World Geography and Culture website