Whether you want to learn a new language, learn a new skill or revise for exams, you will benefit from our high quality online tutorials and courses. All services are free with your Library card.
Lynda.com is an online educational platform offering video courses from industry experts on topics including web design, software development, photography, business skills, project management, 3D + Animation, graphic design, music and video editing and more.
Studiosity is an online tutoring service offering just-in-time homework and study help to students in years 3-12. Assistance is available in the subjects of English, maths, science, research and study skills. Students are able to upload a draft of their essay or written assignment and receive expert feedback in less than 24 hours. Live online chat support is also available from 3.00pm - 10.00pm, Sunday to Friday.
To access Studiosity, use your library card number and PIN to log in.
The Computer School
The Computer School includes thousands of lessons and tutorials covering a multitude of topics, including computer and training basics, Internet safety and security and training for tablets, mobile devices and apps etc. The resources cover virtually every platform, operating system and software program and everything is user-friendly and designed for beginners and experts alike.
GCF Learn Free
GCF Learn Free allows you to access over 90 online tutorials to teach you basic computing skills including how to use email and Microsoft Office. Improve your reading and maths skills and learn how to fill out a job application or complete a CV.
NSW AMES Online
Learn English or develop your skills with NSW AMES online English courses. With your library membership, you can access three general English courses that are aligned to the Certificates I, II and III in Spoken and Written English. You can also work through the Jobseekers Online modules that look at getting ready for work in an English-speaking country, looking for employment, applying for a position and preparing for an interview. Access NSW AMES here if you are in the library or log in here with your library card number at home.