Woman on phone with laptop computer

The friendly staff at the helpline can talk you through how to start using Libraries ACT resources online.

29 April 2020

The ACT's library branches may be closed due to COVID-19, but their online services are always open.

In response to the growing demand for their free digital resources, Libraries ACT has launched a new dedicated helpline, available 9.30am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (except public holidays).

Get easy access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, literacy games, language learning and online databases. You can also stream children’s stories, movies and documentaries, or download and stream music - all for free!

With close to 18,000 eBooks and more than 9,000 eAudiobooks, there’s something for everyone.

If it’s your first time using the library online or you just need some extra help accessing online resources, give the Libraries ACT Digital Helpline a call on 6207 7265 and one of their friendly staff will help step you through what to do.

In addition to providing over-the-phone support, the helpline team will also be developing new online information (such as how-to-guides) to further help customers with their digital resource access needs. This information will be made available on the Libraries ACT website at www.library.act.gov.au

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