Help - Login Screen

Help - Index

This is the login page of Libraries Australia. To start searching, a session has to be initiated:

  1. Enter your username: e.g.hparkes
  2. Tab to password box
  3. Enter your password
  4. Press Enter to login , or click on the Login button.

If you do not have a username and password, you will need to register as a Libraries Australia user. Click on the Not a Registered User? link for further information on how you can register.

In the top right-hand corner of the screen, you will find the Help Menu. The Help Menu provides general information on Libraries Australia, such as contact details, advice on logging in and out of Libraries Australia, and an online help guide. The Help Menu is located on every screen of Libraries Australia.

Both above and below the fields where you enter your username and password, you will find the Navigational Toolbar. The navigational toolbar will display on all subsequent screens, and provides a means of accessing frequently used functions. The Navigational Toolbar options for the Login screen includes search screen, Advanced Search, Command Search, Browse Terms, Search History, Saved Records, Saved Queries and Alerts.

On the left-hand side of the screen you will find a list of Helpful Links. These links connect you to specific areas of information. For example, if you click on the Family History link¸ you will be taken to a list of resources relating to Family History research.

Libraries Australia Web Cataloguing

If you are a registered Libraries Australia cataloguing customer, you can use your cataloguing sign on to login. A Libraries Australia cataloguing signon, allows libraries to create bibliographic records as well as add, edit and delete records in the Australian National Bibliographic Database.

Not a Registered User

If you are not a registered user and would like to use Libraries Australia, Please contact the Help Desk to arrange this. Charges can be found here:

Please note that Libraries Australia may be available from your local library.

If you are a library, you can subscribe now.