We're pleased to let you know that, commencing from November 2019, all Lancashire library's public computers (people's network) are to be upgraded with new equipment and the latest software.
Whilst this is taking place, there may be some disruption to availability on the days the upgrades take place.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
This Lancashire Day, we are celebrating our great County with free screenings of a short film, "Hit the North". Hit the North is available to watch any time you want on this computer, and celebrates the voices and dialects of people across the North. The piece, commissioned by Spot On Lancashire, features local artist, Matt Wilkinson, reciting poetry he composed inspired by the people he met and the places he visited whilst travelling around Lancashire using public transport.
(Please note that you will need to be signed into your YouTube/Google account in order to watch this video)
Download the acclaimed debut novel, The Familiars, written by author, Stacey Halls, from Rossendale. The historical fiction book is set at Gawthorpe Hall, Padiham, in 1612 during the Pendle witch trials. Many of the characters in the novel are real-life figures, with the main character being Fleetwood Shuttleworth, from Gawthorpe Hall.
The Computer School is part of our Digital Library - quality online resources we've paid for so you don't have to.
We're challenging Lancashire readers to read or listen to a book a week in 2019. We want all our book lovers across the county to share reviews and ratings on our catalogue. Join the #Lancs50Books Challenge.
Our Autumn theme is Thrillers and Chillers. Curl up with a book as the dark nights draw in. Crime, ghost, horror and mystery stories, Scandi-noir, a historical mystery or anything in between –the choice is yours! Find a great title on our Thrillers and Chillers list.
Share your reviews and recommendations on our library catalogue, Twitter and Facebook.
Sign up for a Learn my Way Online Safety course to help you shop, bank and socialise safely online.
CEOP offer help and advice to keep children safe online. Has someone acted inappropriately towards you online, or to a child or young person you know? You can report it to CEOP.
If you are experiencing problems accessing some sites on Internet Explorer, we have now installed Google Chrome internet browser as an alternative and would recommend that you use that browser. Type http://bit.ly/pnethome into the Chrome address bar to view this page there.
Find out more about using library computers, personal laptops and devices in libraries and about access to free Wi-Fi.
Don't get left behind. Our staff and digital champions are here to offer you help with basic digital skills.
We provide bite-size courses and one to one help. It doesn't matter how young or old you are, it doesn't matter if you've never used a computer, we can help you!
We hold courses across our libraries with Lancashire Adult Learning. Courses include work club, ICT essentials, creative writing, Lego robotics for families, mindfulness and more.
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