February is Library Lover's Month.
Why not show how much you love your library by using some of the resources they have available?
Not a member of the library yet? Just come in, fill out the simple application form, show some proof of address and you'll be able to access all the library's eResources, borrow books, magazines, DVD's, CD's and graphic novels.
Gunnedah Shire Library has an online catalogue that you can browse from home. Click here to access.
You can use the online catalogue to search the library's entire collection from anywhere. Once you have found items you would like to borrow, you can place a reserve on the items and then pick them up at your leisure. To reserve items, click on the box beside the item and then click Reserve Items at the bottom of the page. You will be asked to log in to Member Services with a barcode (from your library card) and PIN (your date of birth dd/mm/yyyy). Confirm the reserve and then visit the library to collect.
Member Services also allow you to see a list of items you have out and their due dates, the progress of any reservations and a list of all the items you have borrowed and returned.
The Library has access to Indyreads, a resource provided by the State Library of NSW via NSW public libraries, giving library members access to a collection of independent Australian and international titles, classic literature and modern award-winning titles in eBook and eAudio format. There are books for adult, young adults and children alike, as well as books in other languages. To access, click here.
Just log in under Gunnedah Library with your library card number and PIN (your 8-digit date of birth).
The State Library of NSW also offers online resources such as Find Legal Answers, a repository of information for all ages on a wide range of legal topics, Your Library at Home, a website that gives you access to ebooks, podcasts, stories, activities, newspapers and databases, and Drug Info, your reliable resource on anything to do with drugs, alcohol and the law.
And if you really love your library, why not pop in and tell the staff!