The Port Colborne Public Library subscribes to digital resources for community use. We also have resources for job seeking, knowing your rights, and researching local interest.

You will need an updated Port Colborne library card to use our digital resources. If you need to update your card or get your password, please contact us by email, call 905-834-6512, or visit us in person. If you need a card, join us today.

Go to Hoopla
Go to Hoopla

New! Borrow e-books, audiobooks, music, movies, comics and TV shows. Movies and TV shows loan for 3 days, music for 7, and other material 21 days. No holds! Loans can be accessed immediately or temporarily downloaded. You can borrow up to 10 items per month.

Access Hoopla via browser or download the app from the App Store or GooglePlay

Go to Newspaper Source
Go to Newspaper Source

New! Stay up to date with over 1,200 newspapers, including local and international sources. Toronto Star, The Times (UK), Daily Mail, Hamilton Spectator and more. 

Go to Libby
Go to Libby

Download e-books, audiobooks and videos for 7 and 14 day loans. Over 3,000 magazines available. Same great library as OverDrive in a more mobile friendly platform.

Access Libby via browser or download OverDrive's Libby App from the App Store or GooglePlay

Go to OverDrive
Go to OverDrive

Download e-books, audiobooks and videos for 7 and 14 day loans. Over 3,000 magazines available. Same great library as Libby.

Access OverDrive via browser or download OverDrive's Libby App from the App Store or GooglePlay

Go to Universal Class
Go to Universal Class

Access online continuing education and personal development courses on a variety of topics. From knitting to new languages, learn something new today.

Go to Ancestry
Go to Ancestry

Research genealogy and ancestry information using one of our library computers. For a limited time, ProQuest has opened access from home. Log into our catalogue to use.

Go to EBSCO e-books
Go to EBSCO e-books

Access a large database of e-books of fiction and non-fiction selections for children, teens and adults with EBSCO e-books. Available by browser or download.

Go to CLEO
Go to CLEO

Community Legal Education Ontario produces clear, accurate and practical legal information to help people understand and exercise their legal rights.

Go to NoveList
Go to NoveList

Compare titles, find read-a-likes, book lists, and suggestions for fiction and non-fiction books. Explore the tags to find your next read. Explore NoveList K-8 for children and teen books.

Go to more resources
Go to more resources

Find links to other libraries, topics of interest to residents, and job seeking help.