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Free access to high quality online learning with your library card

What is is a high quality online elearning subscription service offering free access to over 5,500 courses and 136,000 video tutorials from industry experts in topics including web design, software development, photography, business skills, leadership, project management, 3D and animation, graphic design, music, video editing and more. Experts create and deliver all courses as well as provide supplemental materials like exercise files and relevant work samples.

Albury Library members have free access to, both onsite at the Library or offsite from your home, office or mobile device.

Not an Albury Libraries member? Sign up to become an Albury Libraries member online. Membership is Free!

Everyone who accesses must create a personal account (a profile) in This lets you track your progress, create playlists, take tests, and earn certificates.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Free training courses may be accessed only by using the our login; not by directly visiting the homepage.

Access via your desktop computer

  1. Login to via our Albury Libraries login ( - do not go directly to
  2. Enter your library card number and PIN (PIN is your date of birth DDMMYYYY for all members). Click on Log in
  3. Select No, I've never had an account or I've had an account (majority of members will not have a account).
  4. Enter your First name, Last name and Email. Click on Save.
  5. Your account and user profile is set up. You are now ready to use

Access via the app

The app can be downloaded to your Apple, Android and Windows 8 devices, as well as your desktop (Windows and OS X), Apple TV.

  1. Download the app from your preferred device's app store.

    Android: Google Play

    AppleTV: TV App Store

    Mac App Store
    Windows Store 8.1+
    Windows Store 7+. Note: Clicking this link will begin an automatic download of this desktop app.

    iOS: App Store

  2. Ensure that you create a profile on your desktop before downloading the app, as you can’t do so via the app.
  3. Once the app is downloaded, select “Already a member?” and log in by selecting the organization tab
  4. This will take you to our portal via the web browser on your device. Enter your library card number and PIN (PIN is your date of birth DDMMYYYY for all members), and click on Log in
  5. The app will reopen (your device may ask if you want to 'open in', select 'Yes' or 'Open')
  6. Select Accept to accept the terms and conditions

You should now be able to view all the training materials.

Introduction to

How to use

Make the most out of your membership. Watch the How to use tutorial to learn how to quickly find the training and tools you need to create your own personalized learning path.

Find out about the types of videos on offer at, including in-depth software training, first looks at up-and-coming technology trends, courses to help you develop critical business skills, techniques for creative pros, and inspirational documentaries. Then get a demo of special library features such as bookmarks, playlists, notes, transcripts, certificates of completion, and FAQs, and learn where to turn for help when you need it. Plus, find out how to access on the go, using our mobile apps and offline viewing capabilities. Topics include:

  • Finding the latest releases
  • Downloading and using exercise files
  • Searching the video transcripts
  • Choosing the right video player
  • Creating and sharing playlists
  • Taking notes
  • Printing and sharing certificates of completion
  • Updating your member profile
  • Changing or canceling your membership plan
  • Contacting customer support

Learn how to use is an initiative of our COVID Relief and Recovery Committee in partnership with Albury Libraries.

Come together at the library

Borrow from our collections of books, DVDs, e-books and magazines; browse the internet on our computers, access free wifi, attend exciting exhibitions and programs, and meet up with friends for a coffee at Retro Lane Café.

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