Did you know you can access a wealth of resources online from Croydon Libraries?
https://bit.ly/Croydonlibs247 for our online resources
https://bit.ly/CroydonDigiLib for our digital library (eBooks & eAudio-Talking Books)
http://bit.ly/JoinCroydonLibraries to join the library via our catalogue
https://bit.ly/CroydonMagsComs for digital magazines and comics
https://bit.ly/CroydonDigiNews for digital newspapers
https://bit.ly/CroyFeaReads for recommended reads, featuring titles that can be borrowed instantly for a limited time
Through our digital library Croydon Residents can also access:
IndieFlix: A new online movie streaming service offering access to pop culture favourites, box office hits, award-winning films, documentaries and shorts. With a 7-day pass, you’ll arrive at the IndieFlix homepage with full access to all of their content. When your access expires, you can always return to RBdigital to checkout another 7-day pass.
Qello: The world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries streamed on-demand to just about any digital device. With a 7-day pass, you’ll arrive at the Stingray Qello homepage with full access to all of their content. When your access expires, you can always return to RBdigital to checkout another 7-day pass.
The Great Courses: This collection provides learning and personal enrichment through hundreds of courses spanning thousands of in-depth video lectures on subjects like Science, Health & Wellness, and much more. This gives you a 7-day pass where you can watch lectures for this course or choose from many others. When your access expires, you can always return to RBdigital to checkout another 7-day pass.
Free online resources – Our online resources include languages course, COBRA for business information, citizenship test, homework help with Encyclopaedia Britannica and Ziptales to keep children reading for pleasure.
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