Big Library Read "Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic: A Comedian’s Guide to Life on the Spectrum" by Michael McCreary 23 March to 13 April
Back at work feeling like you want to be on holiday and that everything is the same old same old? Why not make some changes for the new decade. Learn a new skill to get that promotion at work or get a new job. LinkedIn have identified the skills they think companies will need most in 2020, and how you can learn them on Lynda.com - free with your library card and password/PIN.
eAudiobooks are becoming more and more popular. Why not listen to some great books, read by some excellent narrators whilst travelling, gardening, doing housework or walking? Your library membership gives you free access to thousands of eAudiobook titles, check out our catalogue or one of these apps — Libby, BorrowBox or uLibrary.
Learn everything from origami to programming or learn to speak Japanese or cook dumplings. We have a plethora of eResources to cover all your learning needs.
Christchurch City Libraries patrons can join millions of readers worldwide in a riveting tale of survival during Big Library Read, the world’s largest digital book club. From November 4–18, booklovers can borrow Gilly Segal and Kimberly Jones’ powerful debut Young Adult novel, I’m Not Dying With You Tonight, from their public library as an eBook…
Publications Finder is probably one of the most useful tools in the toolbox for researchers looking for journal articles.This brilliant online resource allows you to search by publication title, subject or ISSN or ISBN number. If browsing is more your style, you can browse by title or by subject. Through Publications Finder you can find all of the journals and magazines that are available across our many platforms, all available full-text. There are over 100,000 journal titles available, covering subjects like astronomy, oceanography, film and zoology.