Oxford Art Online: 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.
Australian Dictionary of Biography Australia’s pre-eminent dictionary of national biography provides concise and informative descriptions of the lives of significant and representative persons in Australian history.
Biography in Context: Provides contextual information on the world's most influential people. Search for people based on name, occupation, nationality, ethnicity, birth/death dates and places, gender or keyword.
National Construction Code: This contains all Performance Requirements for constructing buildings. These are the minimum levels that buildings, building elements, and plumbing and drainage systems must meet. The National Construction Code is free, but users must register.
Business Source Premier: Provides access to full-text business publications, including more than 2200 journals, company profiles, industry and market research reports and Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats analyses.
Business: Entrepreneurship (Gale): Learn how to start, finance, or manage your small business. Includes sample business plans, how to guides, articles, and more.
Business: Plan Builder (Gale): Grow, plan, and optimize a business/nonprofit. Utilize development tools and a step-by-step process to build a business plan.
Regional Business News: Provides coverage of more than 80 regional business publications covering all metropolitan and rural areas within the United States.
LinkedIn Learning: (formerly Lynda.com)
Same content new platform. Its new features include:
- content in 7 different languages - English, French, German, Portuguese, Japanese, Spanish and simplified Chinese.
- your history profile from Lynda.com will move across to Linkedin
LinkedIn Learning provides video tutorials with transcripts to develop your skills in business, project management, graphic design, web development, photograph, music, video editing and more. These courses are designed for beginners to advanced levels and presented by industry experts.
To access LinkedIn Learning from your computer:
- Visit LinkedIn Learning here to stream from our website
- Click on Get Started
- Sign in with your Liverpool library card number and Library PIN
Ebsco Ebooks: This general reference collection of more than 33,000 titles is chosen specifically for public libraries. It features fiction titles for both adults and children, as well as best-selling and highly recommended titles.
InfoBase Ebooks: This collection of digital reference books has topics including, history, science and technology, mathematics, health and biographies.
Salem Press EBooks: A collection of reference eBooks on literature, history, science and health. Also available from home. To log in, you must place the letter L in front of your Library Card number.
Gale Ebooks: This collection of digital books has topics including environment, history, medicine and social science
Encyclopedia Britannica: The 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.
Britannica Image Quest: A database for students of almost three million images.
Oxford Reference: This is a collection of reference encyclopedias and eBooks. To access, click on “Log in with your Library Card”, but add the letters LC before the card number. After you have logged in, click on Show Titles in My Subscription to see the Library’s collection of Ebooks from Oxford.
World Book Online: Provides access to the full World Book Encyclopedia as well as World Book Online for Kids. Accessible from home and in the Library.
Berg Fashion Library: Offers fully cross-searchable access to an expanding range of online information on all aspects of fashion and dress.
Hobbies and Craft Resource Centre: Detailed “how-to” instructions and creative ideas.
Books and Authors: Answer the age-old question, 'What do I read next?' Search and match reading interests to books, authors, genres, or topics.
Blooms Literature: Explores the most significant figures in literature from ancient times to the present. Examines great writers, important works, memorable characters and influential movements and events in world literature. It also provides strategies for writing essays on the literary figures examined.
Good Reading: Thousands of book reviews and Australian and International articles, author profiles, short stories and book trivia.
Literature Resource Centre (Gale): Find up-to-date biographies, overviews, full-text criticisms, audio interviews, and reviews on writers from all eras.
Magpies Magazine and The Source: A subject guide to children's literature, poetry and short stories from around the world. There is an emphasis on Australian books. Only available to use in libraries.
Novelist Plus: Offers information on fiction and nonfiction titles for all ages, read-alikes (similarly themed books) for every title, author, series, thematic book lists and articles. Login with your Library card number.
Who else writes like?: A reader’s guide to fiction authors. Provides suggestions for authors who write in the same style as your favourite author. Login with your Library card number.
Who Next…?: A guide to children’s authors is an interactive online tool designed to help parents, teachers and librarians in schools and public libraries to encourage children and young people to read more widely, by suggesting authors they might enjoy. For each of the authors listed, other authors who write in a similar style are suggested. Login with your Library card number.
World religions: A comprehensive guide to the religions and spiritual traditions of the world. It explores them objectively, from the ceremonies of the first practitioners to the elaborate rituals of today.