News & Blog

News

Notice about library databases

Monday 22 June 2020

Geelong Regional Libraries’ members are advised that upcoming changes to the library’s eCollection will result in some databases being removed from the Collection in the coming months. 

The following databases will no longer be available from the dates indicated below:

Who Else 28 June 2020
British Newspaper Archives 30 June 2020
Carters 30 June 2020
Tumblebooks 30 June 2020
ANZ Newsstream 1 July 2020
Ancient & Medieval History Online 31 July 2020
Modern World History Online 31 July 2020
Science Online 31 July 2020
RB Digital 30 September 2020
Who Next  20 December 2020

 

Please speak with a library staff member if you would like assistance with your research, searching alternative databases or navigating the eCollection – they would be very happy to assist.

Back to news

You may also like...

Graphic: Libraries re-opening Monday 26 October News

Libraries re-opening Monday 26 October: The details

Geelong Regional Libraries’ branches and mobile libraries will re-open from Monday 26 October.

News

Libraries re-opening Monday 26 October

Following yesterday’s State Government announcement regarding the further easing of restrictions, we are pleased to advise libraries will re-open from Monday 26 October.

Young man looking at tablet News

Changes to eMagazine and eNewspaper platforms

We have made some changes which may affect the way you access our eNewspapers and eMagazines collections.

Man reading kindle outdoors News

Public holiday information

Please be advised of changes to our service due to upcoming public holidays.

GRLC Annual Report 2019/20 News

Annual Report 2019/20

The Geelong Regional Library Corporation's Annual Report 2019/20 is now available to view online.

News

Election Caretaker Period: until 24 October 2020

Due to local council elections, Geelong Regional Libraries will be in caretaker mode until 24 October. This means we'll be posting on social media and our website less often, and only covering regular programs and operational matters.