Online and audio-visual resources
Our libraries offer a variety of electronic reference resources for you to use at home or via one of the computers in our libraries. To use some of these resources, please log in to your library account using your library card and pin number.
eBooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers and eAudiobooks
Library customers can download books, magazines, newspapers and audiobooks for free online.
Want to know how to use an eResource? Visit our Niche Academy page where there are tutorials for some of our eResources.
Other free eLearning resources
Alison provides free access to over 750 online courses covering a range of subject areas.
Compute Expert has free, in-depth Excel tutorials for beginner and intermediate excel users.
Excel Easy offers a free, easy to follow, fully illustrated Excel tutorial with more than 300 examples.
FutureLearn provides free access to courses in subject areas as diverse as online and digital, languages and cultures, teaching and studying and creative arts and media.
Maths Chase provides free home online learning tools where children can play times tables games, along with many other mathematics skill-based games to improve their maths accuracy and speed in a fun and different way.
OpenLearn is the home of free learning from the Open University.
Tutor Bot can help you improve your fluency and confidence with many different Maths skills. Their fun interactive games will help you practise hundreds of different maths skills in one place.
Wallstreetmojo learn and master Excel with 600+ self study guides and resources.
Music and audio-visual collection
All libraries stock DVDs, spoken word, language courses and books on music. The largest collections are at Hammersmith library and Fulham library, which also stock music scores. All CDs are held in a central collection at Fulham Library.
Our social media
We want you to feel part of our library community! Sign up to our Facebook page, Twitter stream and Instagram account to be kept informed of events and activities for children and adults throughout the borough's libraries, including special holiday events and adult celebrations of reading, learning and literature. We also have a blog too.
Within these sites we hope to intrigue and entertain you with tales of action and adventure, of history and exciting things to come. Like all great stories there will be suspense, mystery, perhaps a little romance and, with your help, plenty of plot development as your comments, posts and tweets inform our tale.
So if you want to know why we're "more than a library", join us in the story of your libraries. Find us online and discover more about the services we offer and the activities, history and features of Hammersmith & Fulham's libraries.