Our Free eResources contain hundreds of information and reference books, maps, illustrations and interesting facts to help you with homework or just for fun.
Download free e-Magazines from Magzter. Register on the Magzter website and then click on 'Create a Library User Account'. You can read the magazines online or download the Magzter Library app to download and store magazines on your device.
Ideal for small businesses, researchers and students, amongst others, Access to Research offers free digital access to over 1.5million academic articles from over 8,400 journals.
Get in-depth information on topics such as art, business, engineering, history, languages, politics, mathematics and the sciences with articles from academic journals and conference proceedings. This service is a two year pilot of a unique collaboration between librarians and publishers. Please note that publishers have not made all articles available free of charge.
Access Go Citizen - an online study resource for candidates preparing for the "Life in the UK" or "British Citizenship" test. It provides hundreds of practice questions in the same format of the official test and is a comprehensive study package of everything needed to prepare for the test. You will need to register to create your own account so you can track your progress.
Access Theory Test Pro - a realistic simulation of the UK's driving theory test. It contains the entire official test question bank, hazard perception video clips and an online version of the Highway code. You will need to register to create your own account so you can track your progress.
The British Newspaper Archive (BNA) consists of millions of pages from UK and Irish newspapers, including local titles such as the Cheshire Observer, Congleton and Macclesfield Mercury, Crewe Guardian, and Winsford & Middlewich Guardian. The archive includes newspapers from the Victorian period and many printed during WW1 and WW2. Visit your library to register for free and get unlimited access. BNA is only available to use via a library computer, but once registered you can access your saved searches from any device.