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Find your favourites in the library’s largest collection of eBooks and eAudiobooks.
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Books and Graphic Novels -- There are no downloads or waitlists, the book plays right in the browser of your computer. Need a copy of 1984, Brave New World, or Frankenstein? There are quite a few books High School Language Arts curriculum in this collection!
Can’t figure out what to read next? Try out NoveList to find your next favourite book. Get read-alike suggestions for books you enjoy, read reviews of fiction books, and find recommended read lists for your favourite genre.
Academic Search Elite
Find solid information for your research papers and projects. Scholarly articles from peer-reviewed journals in fields of study such as biology, chemistry, literature, and more.
Britannica Library for Young Adults
Beyond articles, images and videos covering topics from A to Z. Includes interactive World Atlas and tools for country stats comparisons, biographies, and how-to documents for research and writing reports.
Global Road Warrior
Global Road Warrior is packed with colour photos, over 1000 country maps and information on culture, customs and travel essentials for 175 countries and nations.
Points to the Past is a site where you can search digitized historical content and primary source materials such as maps, photographs, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, poems, sermons, and more. No log in needed when accessing from within British Columbia!
These are only a few of the online resources the library has to offer, explore them all!