Online Resources

As a member of Charles Sturt Libraries you have exclusive access to a range of online resources. Learn how to edit photos or improve your computing skills, research your family tree, stream music for free and more.

Please note you must use your library card number and pin to access these databases.

Learning – Online Training

Access thousands of online tutorials on Computing, Photography, using the Internet

Be Connected

Join thousands of Australians who are taking free courses on everything from how to access the Internet, to using your device and keeping in touch with others online.



Free online music streaming service offering access to approximately 9 million songs. Includes new releases and top hits.

Listen here.

International English Language Testing System (IELTS)

Road to IELTS

Work on your English vocabulary, reading, writing, listening and speaking skills from home.

Family History

Ancestry Library Edition provides instant access to a range of genealogical resources. Please note this database is only available for use in our libraries.

State Library Family History

The State Library is able to help with a wide variety of family history research, and accessing of relevant resources.


This free database provided by the National Library of Australia helps to find and use resources relating to Australia. It brings together content from libraries, museums, archives, repositories and other research and collecting organisations.


My Health & Wellbeing

Libraries SA have provided links to some of the most popular health websites that will help provide general health information.

It’s Up 2 Me

This tool helps build life skills and gives you the opportunity to become better connected with the community. Subjects include tenancy, budget, wellbeing, employment, cooking and cleaning.

Your Community

Connecting Up Australia: SA Community

This search directory tool helps connect you to your communities.