Link to the latest issue of the Doncaster Libraries eNewsletter

Issue 14 now available!

Digital Library Digital Library

Visit the digital library to loan eBooks and audiobooks

Update to OverDrive media console

Recently added titles
Author: Feeney, Paul
Author: Robinson, Peter, 1950-
Author: Gookin, Dan
Author: Harkness, Deborah E., 1965-
Author: Clare, Cassandra
Author: Koontz, Dean R., 1945-
Author: Berry, Mary, 1935-
Author: Booth, Stephen
iPad/Tablet Device club iPad/Tablet Device club

iPad/Tablet Device Club First meeting set to take place

The date for the first meeting has been set, the club will be starting on 5th November from 2.00p.m. - 4.00p.m in Central Library meeting room 5. The results of the survey had Wednesday afternoons as the most popular choice which is what that day was picked.

If you want to come along to the club will you please call 01302 735387 or email so that we can get an idea of numbers as space is limited. Please let us know if you are coming along as someone who needs help or if you are coming as a helper.

The club will be for people to get together and help each other use their devices. Confident users will be able to help those who need it, and as a group we should all be able to pick up lots of hints and tips for using our devices in a friendly environment.

During the first meeting we will discuss what we want to cover and how often we would like to meet.  Please bring your iPad or tablet device along to the club with you.

The Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2014 is:

Richard Flanagan with The Narrow Road to the Deep North


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.

Doncaster Read Doncaster Read

September's Doncaster Read is A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines 

Every two months, we invite the people of Doncaster to pick up the same book to read and enjoy.  We hope to encourage and promote reading for pleasure and to bring books into everyday life in the borough of Doncaster.

Find out more about Doncaster Read

Access to Research Access to Research

Access to Research

 Discover a world of published academic research at your local library. From January 2014, over 1.5 million academic articles are available, free of charge, in participating public libraries across the UK. 

Students, independent researchers and small businesses can now access many of the world’s best academic papers through their local libraries, a result of a unique collaboration between librarians and publishers, who have made their journal content available for free.
Please make sure you read the acceptance screen as it contains important information. *****Access to this website is only available when you are seated in one of our libraries.*****

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

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.

Library app Library app

Visit the library with your smartphone.





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


Log in with your card number and pin code or username and password

Why upgrade your Account?

How to get a PIN code

PC Booking PC Booking

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

Doncaster PC Booking

Facebook and Twitter Facebook and Twitter

Doncaster Libraries are on Flickr, Facebook and Twitter

Like us on Facebook

Doncaster Libraries

Doncaster Council Online Doncaster Council Online


Visit the Doncaster Council Website

Last Month's Most Borrowed
Author: Robinson, Peter, 1950-
Author: Child, Lee
Author: Archer, Jeffrey, 1940-
Author: Robinson, Peter, 1950-
Visit the Doncaster Council Website