Community education


Digital Literacy with the Digital Hub

The Town of Victoria Park’s Digital Hub is offering remote one-one-one and group digital literacy training sessions during COVID-19. To get involved, email

Learn the basics of computing and the internet with BeConnected

Sign up and connect with the Town of Victoria Park’s Digital Hub via the BeConnected platform in order to increase your digital skills and track your progress.

Wheelers ePlatform 

A secure, easy to use eResource that enables Victoria Park Library members to browse and borrow eBooks.

An app that enables library members to browse and borrow bestselling eBooks and eAudiobooks on your Apple or Android device for limited periods, through digital loans. 

Library members can borrow and read or download thousands of eBooks and eAudiobooks on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or eBook reader anytime, anywhere. 

Provides access to free ebooks, with over 4,000 titles to choose from.

Listen and discover 500 of Ulverscroft’s exclusive audiobooks from bestselling authors like Ann Cleeves, James Patterson and Lee Child. Enjoy unlimited free access until 31 July 2020. 

Libraries members can access a range of full-colour, interactive, digital magazines delivered right to your desktop or favourite device.

TLO is a powerful and personalised language-learning system that you can use to learn a variety of languages.

Kanopy is a video streaming platform for public libraries members delivering one of the largest collections of indie films, classic cinema, festival and educational documentaries.  

Provides access to thousands of full-text medical journals, periodicals, reference works and multimedia.

Collection of evidence-based medicine databases.

Provides access to library for disability related information in Western Australia. 

A cyber safety framework designed to fully equip libraries, staff and library users with the skills and tools they need for smart, safe and responsible use of technology.

Provides library members access to a range of online video tutorials with step by step instructions on how to use the library’s digital resources, and online platforms such as Facebook and Pinterest. 

Universal Class encourages members to try a new hobby or get started on some professional development as there are more than 500 lessons on a wide range of topics. 

Children’s Resources 

StoryBox Library connects children with literature through the complementary medium of film. StoryBox Library provides the audience with a vibrant, interactive experience via a diverse range of storytellers, each sharing past and present book titles. 

Just for kids and provides a safe and easy browsing experience for children. Kids can browse, sample, place holds and borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks appropriate for their age range and reading level. 

Includes Horrible Histories, Dolly, Girlfriend, Krash, Seventeen, Minecraft World Magazine, The Complete Guide to Pokémon Go and more.

In a fun, easy-to-use language-learning program for young learners where children can build a solid foreign language foundation. Designed for ages 6 and up, children will learn words and phrases suitable for their age, needs, and interests 

For the early years that includes 115+ fun learning activities that help children learn important skills in the key learning areas of creative development, problem solving, reasoning, numeracy, communication, language and literacy and knowledge and understanding of the world. 

Free to stream for all library members and features hundreds of educational and enriching videos that spark children's imaginations. Kanopy has partnered with Common Sense Media™to provide developmentally appropriate age ratings so parents know which videos are best for their kids. 

LibraryCraft is a Minecraft server available through the library. It is available to WA kids aged 7-17 years old and can be run from personal devices (Windows, Mac & Linux) in the comfort of your own home. There are multiple worlds connected by portals, for more information about LibraryCraft.