The Inverell Library now offers a range of items that can be downloaded to your computer, tablet, phone or other mobile device. All digital services are free to Library members. When accessing these new services, please note that the first character of your library card number is a Capital Letter "I" for Inverell, and not the number one.
Storybox Library has tons of videos of fantastic Australian stories being read by great storytellers. We were lucky enough to win a 12 month subscription to the site, and we would love you to try it out with your children.
To access Storybox Library, go to the website https://storyboxlibrary.com.au/ select Family login, and log in with the credentials:
Please note that this subscription is for a single device at a time, so when you are finished, please log out of the site.
Please let the library staff know what you think.
One Click Digital e-Audiobooks
One Click Digital offers a range of quality e-audiobooks for both adults and children. Over 1300 titles are available, including include contemporary fiction, mysteries, thrillers, self-help, biographies, and the classics. E-audiobooks may be downloaded and played on PC’s, smartphones, mp3 players and tablets. Create an account by using your Inverell Library card number, and download the app that suits your device. Library staff are happy to assist in setting up your account if desired or please download the One Click Digital Membership Guide below.
Download the One Click Digital Audiobooks Membership guide
Zinio Digital Magazines
The Inverell Library now offers access to over 100 magazine titles which can be accessed on PC’s and tablet devices. The extensive range of titles includes both Australian and international magazines on a number of popular and specialty topics. Library patrons need to create an account on the Zinio Digital Magazines website using their library card to borrow magazines. To read the magazines on a mobile device, the Zinio app must also be downloaded, and a second account set up within the app, using the same username and password as at the website. For assistance please download the Zinio Membership Guide below, or ask the library staff to help.
Download The Zinio Membership guide
The Inverell Library now offers access to InstantFlix, a streaming video service which has thousands of movies from independent filmmakers and film festivals around the globe. Library patrons need to create an account using their library card, and will need a broadband internet connection to stream the videos. For assistance please download the InstantFlix Membership Guide below, or ask library staff for help.
Download the Indieflix Membership guide
Bolinda Digital offers a wide selection of e-books and e-audio, which you can borrow and use on your tablet, smartphone, e-reader or PC. There are titles for adults teens and children, and a large amount of Australian content. You can download the BorrowBox app for Apple or Android devices, or use your PC to transfer borrowed books to your e-Reader. Please download the appropriate guide below, or ask library staff for assistance.
Download the Bolinda Digital Member Guide - Tablet and Smartphones
Download the Bolinda Digital Member Guide - e-Readers and PC's
ePlatform offers a diverse collection of eBooks which can be borrowed and read on a range of compatible devices including Apple and Android devices, and dedicated e-readers. The "ePlatform" app can be downloaded from the Apple or Android app stores. Sign in to the service using your Library Card Number and PIN. The ePlatform site offers help and instructions for using a range of different devices. Available titles include fiction, non-fiction, travel guides and children's picture books. Please download our starter guide below, or contact staff for assistance.
Download the Wheelers ePlatform Member guide
Please note that Council publications are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and require Abobe Acrobat to open. Adobe Acrobat Reader is available from the Adobe website www.adobe.com. Adobe Acrobat software has an embeded 'screen reader' which can read aloud the text in most PDF files and is available for free at www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readermain.html.