About NLB eResources
Use NLB e-Resources to locate indexes, full-text ejournals, enewspapers, ebooks and emagazines.
What we have today:
- More than 600,000 copies of eBooks
- Over 80 databases
- More than 6,000 titles of electronic newspapers and magazines in 60 languages
- Approximately 2 million music tracks
Note: For access to subscribed databases, a login is required. However, due to copyright/licensing restrictions, not all databases are available from home.
Also available are websites and guides on Singapore, such as :
- Singapore Infopedia : An encyclopedia on Singapore, with articles on Singapore's history, culture, people and events.
- NewspaperSG : A digital archive of newspapers published in Singapore.
- PictureSG : A visual treat that allows the discovery of Singapore through images.
- BookSG : A digital collection of Singapore and Southeast Asia’s print heritage.
- National Online Repository of the Arts (NORA) : Showcasing over 400 digitised works in the literary, performing and visual arts by prominent Singapore artists.
- Web Archive Singapore (WAS) : A rich collection of over 1,000 Singapore-related online content showcasing various facets of Singapore life.
Whether you are a researcher, parent, educator or student – there is something for everyone.
The Globe eLibrary is both a web platform and mobile application that provides students and educators with free and quick access to digital story books and eLearning videos. It features age-appropriate and engaging educational resources tailored to children and young adults in the Philippines. Users can enjoy free access to hundreds of digital titles and video content through their mobile phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop computer.
The platform aims to supplement classroom learning and help nurture a lifelong love for reading among Filipino children.. Through the free service, teachers and parents could make full use of the wide selection of content to create a fun and engaging educational experience. The platform makes learning resources accessible to students and teachers nationwide, particularly those in schools and communities where access to quality learning resources is limited.