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Leeming Library Resources

Leeming's library database is Destiny which lists all of the

resources in the Library. You are able to access Destiny both

at home and at school.

If you wish to do a quick keyword search, double click on Destiny.

Access eBooks & e-Databases through your Search on Destiny




Password-Use the library password

Search here for concise and up-to-date information

Information on any country you can think of.

More ebooks here for you to check out whether at school or at home.

The school sign in - leemingshs and the library password


National Library of Australia

Written by Australians - For Australians about Australia

Trove helps you find and use resources relating to Australia. It's more than a search engine.

Trove brings together content from libraries, museums, archives and other research organisations and gives you tools to explore and build. 

 Find and get over 390,815,994 Australian and online resources:

Online newspapers

The West Australian

Newspapers      (All Australian newspapers)  

News (World newspapers)

ePlatform - e-Books to read on your own device.

Simply search the Destiny library database - see the E symbol for e-Book, click on it and enter your school username and the library password. (Check your diary)

You will have 2 weeks to read your e-Book before it returns itself

*** Go straight to the ePlatform website

*** You can download the app ePlatform by wheelers books and browse the Leeming SHS Library e-Book library


You can watch videos at home on your BYOD 

You might get an email or Notice on Connect from your teacher with the link to a specific video they would like you to watch


You can search a topic on Destiny (the Library database directly above this article) and if there is a video on the topic, it will have the ClickView orange arrow next to the title

1 Sign in with your school email, (Leeming SHS doesn't use Single Sign On)

2 Click on "Forgot password" , put your school email and you will get an email to your school account with a password.

3 Sign in

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What are Research Guides?

• Research Guides provide a starting point, guiding you to information resources on a specific topic
•They will narrow down your search for information – creating a clearer path towards relevant information
•They will save you time and frustration searching and help you find the really good stuff quickly