Go to OverDrive now!
Download eBooks, eAudiobooks & eMagazines from OverDrive to your computer, eReader, or other mobile device using the Libby app.
With OverDrive, you can borrow and enjoy free eBooks, eAudiobooks, and eMagainzines from the Library’s shared provincial digital collection.
All you need to get started is an internet connection, your ereader, mobile device, or computer – and your library card. Get started by downloading the (free) Libby app from your app store.
Go to Kanopy now!
Kanopy is an on-demand streaming video platform for public libraries that offers viewers a large collection of award-winning, indie, and foreign films and documentaries.
Kanopy includes children’s programming with its subdivision Kanopy Kids.
Kanopy’s collection features over 30,000 films. Dozens of new releases are launched weekly (approx. 150-200 per month), ensuring the collection is fresh with relevant and current content.
- Create/Sign into your personal account.
- Log in with your Library eResources number (on your library card)
- Browse the collection and start watching.
Merrickville Library members can watch 10 Kanopy titles free each month.
Note: Each title is “checked out” for 72 hours per film credit. A film/documentary can be watched multiple times within this time period. Public Performance rights are included.
You can stream videos on your computer – and on your phone/tablet, or TV.
Click here to find out more.
Need help? Go to Kanopy Help.
Research using these searchable journals and reference databases. You may need your library card to log in.
Online Magazine Articles
Full text articles from over 1,000 Canadian magazines & more.
Over 150 world city travel guides, plus tourist and culture information on top travel destinations around the globe.
Online Genealogy Resource.
In-library use only.
The Library is partnering with G1.ca, a company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free G1 practice tests, written specifically based on the official ON driver’s handbook materials, to our users.
“The best new way to learn a language”. For adults and kids.
Looking for information?
These are online sources you can trust.
You can access them in the library, from home or anywhere you use the Internet.
Online version of the encyclopedia. Articles, multimedia & recommended weblinks – for primary, middle & high school.
Easy-to-search facts and full-text articles about animals, famous people. geography, and current issues.
A first source for information on all Canadian topics.
Free online courses in math, sciences, and more
Learn computer coding online – free
Older students may want to try eResources & Databases