OneClick Digital audio-books & Zinio e-magazines offline while apps merge

On Tuesday 27 June, OneClick Digital audiobooks and Zinio e-magazines will be temporarily unavailable, to allow the merging of the 2 separate apps into one easy-to-use app.

The new app is called RBdigital, and it will allow you to browse, select, download and store both audio-books and e-magazines to your mobile device.

If you are not already using these services, we invite you to  visit our Online Resources page to find out more about the free online resources available to our library members.

If you are already using either or both of these services, we apologise for the interruption.

This is how the merge will affect you:

Those who already use the OneClickdigital app:

• Will receive an update notification on their device
• Will notice the app icon change to RBdigital
• Will retain all history, downloads and bookmarks in the new app

Those who already use the Zinio app:

• Will receive an in-app notification that the app is changing and they will be encouraged to download the new RBdigital app from their app store
• Can continue to use the Zinio for Libraries app for 60 days
• Will retain all history in the new app, but will need to re-download magazines

Those who already use both apps:

Only need to install the new RBdigital app once to access all RBdigital  e-magazines and e-audiobooks together in one place!

Need assistance with the change?

Over the first two weekends after the new app goes live (which is 1 & 2 July and 8 & 9 July) a live, toll-free Support number will be available to call between 7am to 3pm on Saturdays, and 8am to 1pm on Sundays. This line is also operational Monday to Friday 7am to 3pm on all other dates during this first month. 

The toll-free number is 1800 571 819.

We thank you for your patience while we are updating our website documents to reflect the new service.



A workshop in creative watercolour for picture book art and illustration

Saturday 24th June, 12:30 – 3.30pm at Margaret River Library

sml-Progwshop_MAC2015A practical workshop by Gabriel Evans at the Margaret River Library

  • Learn creative systems in watercolour and apply them to illustration
  • Discuss the process for working with publishers, creating portfolios and interpreting text visually
  • Develop the initial skills to express your creativity in the world of picture books

Cost is $15 and includes afternoon tea. (Materials list is supplied at payment) Bookings essential as space is limited ** For ages 17+

Banner croppedGabriel is an artist and illustrator of over twenty books. He works with publishers including Walker Books, Scholastic and Penguin Random House. He works in traditional mediums from a small, messy studio and travels Australia giving workshops and talks on illustration. When he’s not painting he’s growing trees, exploring beaches and drinking tea. Visit his website for examples of his beautiful art and illustrations:

Come along and be prepared to have a go!

Online safety – for all ages

Shire’s libraries are working towards accreditation as an eSmart Library Service.

As part of this initiative we are providing easy access to a wide range of resources to assist you to:

  • Develop your online skills – including self-paced courses tailored for Senior citizens
  • Improve your online awareness of scams, cyber-attacks and other online threats
  • Improve online safety for your children and yourself
  • Have a better understanding of online bullying and how to report it (for all ages)
  • And heaps more, including issues around illegal behaviour, copyright issues and inappropriate content

Links to these resources can be found on your library website, in both the general and the youth Online Resources pages:

Click here to go to the E-resources for Parents and Children page

Click here to go to the general Online Resources page

Look for the eSmart logo 🙂


Toddler Tales at Augusta Library

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Come to Augusta Library this Thursday 8th June for our special Toddler Tales session, which is aimed at children aged 18 to 36 months and their caregivers. Toddler Tales includes stories, songs, rhymes, craft and morning tea and is on the second Thursday of the month (excluding school holidays) at Augusta Library.

Please phone 9780 5602 for bookings as places are limited.