Additional information and instructions for creating accounts are available by clicking
on the related drop down tab on the eLibraries Manitoba.
eLibraries Manitoba (eLM)
The Government of Manitoba, through Public Library Services, and the rural public libraries of Manitoba, have joined forces to purchase licenses to download eBook and audio book titles for public library members.
eLibraries Manitoba (eLM) is similar to a print library. The number of copies available for downloading is regulated by how many licenses are purchased for each title.
To access eLibrairies Manitoba, click here
Libby is a free app where one can borrow ebooks, digital audiobooks and eMagazines from your public library.
Stream books with Wi-Fi or mobile data, or download them for offline use and read anytime, anywhere.
All one needs to get started is a library card.
National Network for Equitable Library Service (NNELS)
The NNELS website is an online public library of books published in accessible formats for Canadians with perceptual disabilities. Perceptual disabilities (commonly known as “print disabilities”) include three broad categories of people who require accessible formats, severe or total impairment of sight, hearing, the inability to focus or move one’s eyes, the inability to hold or manipulate a book, or an impairment relating to comprehension.
NNELS has been made available to public libraries by the Province of Manitoba through Public Library Services.
If you have already signed up for this service, log in with your library card here: https://nnels.ca/user/login
To log in, or to study the contents of the site, click here: https://nnels.ca
The Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA)
The Centre for Equitable Library Access, CELA, is an accessible library service, providing books and other materials to Canadians with print disabilities.
The Centre for Equitable Library Access, CELA, is Canada’s comprehensive accessible reading service, providing books and other materials to Canadians with print disabilities in the formats of their choice.
A national not-for-profit organization, CELA is fully funded to serve 97% of the estimated 3 million Canadians with print disabilities in partnership with member public libraries and we offer a digital-only service to those in non-funded areas.
CELA provides access to 800,000 professionally produced titles to provide people with print disabilities with a quality library experience.