There are a number of eResources available for young adults including training and development tutorials, eMagazines, eAudiobooks and more.
Read and listen to more than 1400 children’s stories in more than 45 languages with LOTE Online for Kids!
Enjoy the magic of books in world languages for free from the comfort of your home.
Watch recorded readings of children’s books in English and a variety of other languages!
Simply enter your library membership number to access this multilingual storytime!
Click here to join LOTE Online for Kids
Through the State Library of Queensland you can access academic journals, books, digital resources and images to use in assignments.
You will need a login to join.
LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) provides online, course-based video instruction for information technology, business, communication, design, education and creative skills.
Choose from thousands of courses to learn in-demand skills from real-world industry experts, from beginner basics to advanced techniques.
Good Reading for Young Adults is a free, online magazine for young adults who can express their ideas, thoughts and creativity in words, art, film or music.
You can access from school or home and provide reviews of newly published books, poems, short stories, music lyrics, videos and artwork.
You will need to create an account to access thousands of eAudiobooks and eBooks. These can be accessed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For further help, visit the BorrowBox Help page.
ePlatform is simple to use – all you need is a library membership number and password. Once you have created your account, you can borrow in the convenience of your own home.
To read on your computer, you will need Adobe digital editions.
For almost 20 years, the GCFLearnFree.org has helped millions around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. From Microsoft Office and email to reading, math and more, GCFLearnFree.org offers more than 200 topics, including more than 7,000 lessons, more than 1,000 videos, and more than 50 interactives and games, allcompletely free.
Fraser Coast Libraries receives financial assistance from the Queensland Government through State Library of Queensland.