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Doncaster Heritage Festival 2015 Doncaster Heritage Festival 2015

Doncaster Heritage Festival

Monday 11th – Saturday 23rd May 2015

History comes to life!

 

A series of talks, heritage guided walks and workshops to celebrate the history of Doncaster.

For a timetable of events visit the Heritage Festival webpage or for more information  please contact Doncaster Local Studies staff on tel. 01302 734307 or email central.localhistory@doncaster.gov.uk

The Doncaster Read - May The Doncaster Read - May

INTRODUCING OUR MAY DONCASTER READ

To Kill a Mockingbird By Harper Lee

“Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit ’em, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird”

Our May Doncaster Read, in association with Doncaster Waterstones, is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. This time, we have chosen a modern classic of American fiction, depicting life in the Deep South at the time of The Great Depression. It was written in 1960 and won The Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1961.

The issues of racial prejudice, small-town politics and injustice are told as seen through the innocent eyes of young Jean Louise Finch or ‘Scout’ as the tomboy prefers to be known. She is the daughter of Atticus Finch, the town Lawyer, who stands up for justice and attempts to seek the truth in the trial which forms a central part of the novel.

The book is back in the public eye after the manuscript of a sequel was discovered in 2014. ‘Go Set a Watchman’ is due to be published on 14th July 2015 and features Scout as she returns to Maycomb twenty years later to visit her father and her past. We invite you to read or return to the original and then discover the much awaited follow-up.

Who else writes like? Who else writes like?

Find out who else writes like your favourite author or look up authors who write in a similar style or genre.
Click on the logo to visit the website, use your library membership number to log in.


iPad/Tablet device club iPad/Tablet device club

The next session for the iPad/Tablet device club will be on Wednesday 27th May 2015 2.00pm - 4.00pm in meeting room 1 at the Central Library, Waterdale.
New members will be welcome to come along to this informal group.
Tel 01302 735387 or email Centrallibrary@doncaster.gov.uk for more information.

 Dates for future iPad/Tablet Device Club meetings

Public Information Online Public Information Online

 

Public Information Online is a virtual library of official papers. It will allow you to view UK Parliamentary, Scottish Parliamentary, Northern Ireland Assembly and Non-Parliamentary publications in PDF format online.

With Doncaster Libraries Online you can:

Search for titles in the catalogue by entering a search term in the search box at the top of the page or by using Advanced Search.

Search the catalogue and filter hits to find precisely what you are looking for.

You can then limit or expand your searches using the many options provided.

On the way you will find lots of exciting suggestions that will give you the inspiration to read, listen to and watch things you may not have thought of yourself. You can also join in discussions on the forums, provide readings tips, make recommendations and write reviews.

To make full use of these services please first update your account by entering your library borrower details in the login box on the right of the screen.  If you are not already a member you can use the e-form on the joining and membership page using this
link.

Look out for our high quality information services in the
24 Hour Library, and download e-books any time of day on to a wide range of mobile devices (or your home PC or Mac) from the Digital Library
. All free of charge to library members.

Reserve yourself a computer in a library using our PC Booking system


Libraries are also a good place to:

Get support looking for a
job and preparing for employment

Find out more about courses in your area, and develop your skills. Some courses take place in libraries: search the
library events calendar
.

We are looking for Digital Champions

Do you love IT and are you enthusiastic about helping others learn to love IT?
You could be one of the people we are looking for.

 

We are recruiting volunteers to support IT users in Doncaster.  For more information and to apply visit the Digital Champions page.

Cafe Culture Cafe Culture

Central Library Café Culture 

Café Culture serves speciality coffee, sandwiches, paninis, fruit and much more. 
If you have not been in recently to see the refurbished library why not take the chance now and enjoy a coffee at the same time. Free WiFi also available in the café.
Opening hours:
Monday-Saturday 10.00a.m. - 4.00p.m.

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The My Library app gives you access to your library when you want it. Renew your loans, search for items, request them and share them using social media.

Download the app for iphone or android. 

Google Store for android

Itunes Store for Iphone

 

PC Booking PC Booking

Book your next library computer session by logging in to our booking system.

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