Category Archives: Online Services

Advertisements

Image | Posted on by | Leave a comment

Comic Of The Month

Comic Of The Month is Jim Butcher’s Dresden Files: Wild Card #1. Read this, plus many more on ComicsPlus. Jim Butcher’s worldwide bestselling Dresden Files saga continues in this original limited series! Set in the aftermath of the novel White … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

How to Use Twitter – Free Online Video Tutorials and Courses from your Library

Twitter™ is an online social networking service that allows its users to communicate using messages of 140 characters or less. With millions of users, Twitter is one of the most popular social networking sites in the world and you’ll be … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services, Training | Tagged , | Leave a comment

How many book titles can you complete?

We all pride ourselves on being readers, right? Well here’s a bit of fun from Oxford University Press to see how well we know our titles. Click on the link to take the test and see how well you do. … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services | Tagged | Leave a comment

Who Next…?

The online “Who Next…?” to children’s authors has recently been updated with 50 new authors added and over 200 entries updated with more updates to come.  So if your child is asking “Who can I read next?” check out the … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services | Tagged | Leave a comment

Shakespeare Quiz

It probably hasn’t escaped your notice that this year is Shakespeare’s 400 birthday. To show how much he has become engrained in the English language, Oxford University Press have put together a quiz based around a set of tweets from … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Borrowbox

Borrowbox is the new e-book and e-audio book service from Denbighshire Libraries. You can borrow up to 10 e-books and 10 e-audiobooks at a time, for 21 days. The best way to read your e-book is to download the free … Continue reading

Posted in Online Services | Tagged | Leave a comment