Welcome to activeIT in South Lanarkshire Libraries
Bookbug Week 2013
Monday 20 May – Friday 24 May
Come join the fun at Bookbug Week 2013 in South Lanarkshire Libraries! Click here for full details of all the events.
A smart way to visit the library!
Use the QR code to download the South Lanarkshire Library app – it’s free! Avoid fines by renewing your library books directly from your own smart device. Use it to check the location of an item you’d like to borrow – you can even scan the isbn code on the back of a book to find out if you could save yourself money by borrowing it from your library rather than buying it, and the app can even give you the directions to the library. Download the app using the QR code or go to www.yourlibraryapp.co.uk/southlanarkshirelibraries and discover all the app can offer.
We don’t want you to pay fines either…
We can send you an email to remind you that the items you have borrowed are about to become overdue – this will let you return them or renew them before the fines kick in. If you want to keep the books for a little longer you don’t even have to visit the library, just log onto www.library.southlanarkshire.gov.uk and go to your Personal Record to renew them yourself. To receive the email make sure the library holds your current email address – check with staff
to confirm your details are up-to-date.
Library eBook service
We are delighted to announce the launch of our library eBook service. Simply register here to get started.
These ebooks are compatible with PCs, smartphones, iPads,
Android devices and Kobos.
More information can be found in our
You in a world of learning
Universal Class is a free online learning resource
available to library members. You can use it to learn a myriad of subjects from
languages to law; photography to psychology; spiritual studies to social work
and much more - take a look! Use Universal Class in the library or in your own
home. To register follow the link from Learning - all
you need is the number which appears on your library borrower card and an email
Family History Classes at Rutherglen Library, Hamilton
Townhouse Library and East
Kilbride Central Library
We can help you explore your Family Tree. Why not sign up for a Family History Class at Rutherglen Library,
Hamilton Townhouse Library or East Kilbride Central
The two session course includes free credits to use on the
Scotland’s People website.
We will help you understand the best resources available to
trace your Ancestors.
Suitable for beginners to all levels of experience. If you would like further information please call
Rutherglen Library – 0141 613 5380 or email firstname.lastname@example.org,
East Kilbride Central Library – 01355 220046 or email
Hamilton Townhouse Library – 01698 452121 or email