Digital Library & Resources

Cambridge Library members have access to a wide range of free online resources 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Resources available online include eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, eLanguage Learning, and eResources such as databases, newspapers, online encyclopaedias and tutorial programs.

Aussie Driver

Free practice material to help you prepare for your Western Australian Learner's Permit test.

Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS)

View statistics on a wide range of topics such as economic, industrial, environmental and energy matters, as well as people and regional matters. ABS has statistics on government, business and the community in general.

BorrowBox

Visit BorrowBox to download e-Audiobooks for your listening pleasure. The collection includes a range of fiction and non-fiction titles from all genres and caters to all ages. Apps are available for both Android and Mac devices. 

Library member login:

Username: Library card barcode number

Password: 6014

Cambridge Notes

The Cambridge Library Local Studies database is where you can search for interesting articles and stories from your local area. 

Community Newspapers Archive

Read a digital edition of the local Western Suburbs Weekly or other Community Newspaper titles.

Computer School

Access hundreds of self-learning, beginner to intermediate level, computer skills tutorials including computer basics, email and internet, internet research and design, e-commerce, MS Vista, Photoshop, Publisher, Dreamweaver, Access, Excel, Word and much more.

Login using the barcode number on your library membership card.

Encyclopaedia Britannica Online

Access the Complete Encyclopaedia, Student Encyclopaedia or Junior Encyclopaedia for more than 150,000 articles and links to 20,000+ websites, plus over 750 full text journals and magazines.

Login using the barcode number on your library membership card.

eSmart

Cambridge Library is working on becoming an eSmart Library. The eSmart Libraries Framework has been developed from a holistic and evidence-based approach, and considers how the library and community can develop smart, safe and responsible digital behaviours. This a project around educating staff and patrons about cyber safety and staying safe online, and enjoying new technologies. We are nearing completion of the project will be holding an information evening about staying safe online in the near future. Check the library events page for more.

 Kanopy

Library patrons can borrow four films a month with access to over 30,000 films, television series titles and documentaries from top film suppliers including: Madman Entertainment, Ronin Films, The Criterion Collection and The BBC.

Create an account providing the requested details, access the link provided and verify your email address. Enter your Library Card Number and start browsing!

OverDrive

Cambridge Library and the State Library of Western Australia are pleased to provide library members access to the WA Public Libraries Digital Media collection, a collection of over 41,500 fiction, non-fiction, junior, young adult and adult eBooks and eAudiobooks.

To get started download the OverDrive software (for your PC or Mac) or app (for your smart device) from the OverDrive website.

Post Newspapers

Read the latest news from around the Town at The Post Newspaper online.

RBDigital Magazines

Browse a huge collection of eMagazines including Delicious, Donna Hay, Elle, Gardening Australia, The Economist, Vogue and many more. Download to your laptop, PC or mobile device and enjoy at your leisure.

Note: Zinio app users will need to delete and replace Zinio with the new RBDigital app and then sign in using their Zinio details

Transparent Language Online with Byki 

Thinking of learning another language?  If so, take a tour of Transparent Language Online where you can access over 90 language classes with dozens of fun and engaging learning activities.

The West Australian Archives

Read digital editions of The West Australian from as far back as July 2004 to as recent as yesterday!

To get started, ask Cambridge Library staff for the username and password, and access the site from the library or at home.