Access Auckland libraries during lockdown

Auckland libraries are in lockdown but their eCollections and eResources are still accessible. Suitable for secondary school students at a range of learning levels, the libraries’ huge range of resources can be accessed for free via your library eMembership:
• eBooks (fiction, non-fiction and graphic novels by NZ and international authors)
• eAudiobooks (including read-alongs useful for students with learning difficulties and ESOL students)
• databases for students covering a range of subjects and at different levels, including video and audio content
• AnyQuestions online chat reference service for Y1-Y13 students staffed by NZ librarians and funded by MOE – open Mon-Fri 1pm-6pm, termtime and school holidays
• Many Answers curated collections of resources on NZ Curriculum topics – available 24/7
• eNewspapers from 100 countries in 56 languages
• Streaming films with a wide range of New Zealand and international movies and documentaries
• Kura Heritage Collections photographic databases
All you need is a standard library membership. If you’re not already a member, sign up here. 

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