Still plenty to learn and read through the SDG Library from the comfort of your home

SDG — As public facilities and gatherings are cancelled to help against the spread of COVID-19, individuals, companies and government agencies are looking at ways they can help. For public libraries, this means doing what they do best – providing access to information! 

At the SDG Library, all eResources including eBooks, audiobooks, eMagazines, eNewspapers, online courses, and subject databases continue to be available with an SDG Library card. Residents without SDG Library membership can register online and get started using these resources right away. 

As well, links to literacy-related resources and activities are being collected and shared to give families with young children ideas for staying busy during these difficult times. To access SDG Library resources and information, please visit www.sdglibrary.ca/virtual-storytimes. Updates and new resources will be shared as they become available, so check back often. 

About the Library Closure 

All SDG Library branches are temporarily closed until at least Monday, April 6. Due dates on materials currently checked out have been extended and holds have been suspended. All book return bins have been locked and service to the Library Depots is also suspended. Updates on the impacts of the COVID-19 situation on Library Services can be found at www.sdglibrary.ca/covid-19-updates.

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