The Library has a number of suggested full-text eResources to help students with their homework and school projects.
Can't find what you're looking for? Have a look at our full list of eResources.
Academic Search Premier Full-text articles covering a broad range of subjects, from from 1985 to present. Sign in with your library card.
ANZ Points of View Full-text database designed to provide students with essays that present multiple sides of a current issue. Sign in with your library card.
Subjects: Animal experimentation, climate change, cloning, freedom of speech, population growth, and more.
Australian New Zealand Reference Centre Full-text Australasian magazines, newspapers and reference books. Sign in with your library card.
Subjects: Multidisciplinary with an Australia and New Zealand focus.
Australian Dictionary of Biography Australia's preeminent dictionary of national biography. In it you will find concise, informative and fascinating descriptions of the lives of over 12,000 significant and representatives persons in Australian history.
Discovering ANZACS Explore a growing selection of government records about Australians and New Zealanders in World War I and the Boer War. Enhance a profile dedicated to the wartime journey of someone who served. Uncover the personal stories of service men and women through original archival records.
Encyclopaedia Britannica An online encyclopaedia in 3 sections: Encyclopaedia Britannica Advanced for adults and older students, Britannica Student for students 10-14 years old, Britannica Junior for students for young students 6-10 years old.
Subjects: Broad, general reference.
MasterFile Premium Full-text articles on a wide range of content from nearly 1,700 periodicals. Includes general reference, business, health, education, general science, multicultural issues. Sign in with your library card.
Subjects: Multidisciplinary, covers a broad range of subjects.
New South Wales ANZAC Centenary: Records of NSW and World War I NSW State Records collection relating to World War I. Overviews of records associated with war-related topics, research guide and indexes.
Science Reference Centre Full-text articles suitable for secondary students on a wide range of science related disciplines. Sign in with your library card.
Subjects: Biology, chemistry, earth and space science, environmental science, health and medicine, history of science, life science, physics and computers.
Country Women's Association Country of Study
This year's country of study is Ecuador.
Study Areas. Bowral and Moss Vale Libraries have tables suitable for group and independent study.
YA Room. Bowral Library's YA Room houses the HSC Collection and a selection of career guides. There is also a large table for group and independent study, a study bay with two spaces, and a lounge area for reading.
Computers, Internet & Wi-Fi. Internet and word processing enabled public access computers are available at all Libraries. Access period is one hour per day.
Free Wi-Fi is also available at all Libraries.
Photocopying & Printing A4 and A3 black and white photocopying is available at all branches. Photocopiers are coin operated (10c, 20c, $1 and $2 coins accepted). Remember that some materials, such as reference books, cannot be borrowed so you may need to use the photocopier.
A4 black and white and colour printing is also available.
Mobile Print Service. Users are able to send print jobs from any internet connected device to be printed and collected at the library. For more information, see mobile print service.
For a list of photocopying and printing fees, see fees and charges.