Mid-Year Fiction and Film Fun!

What do you like to do when there are no exams to study for, no assignments to finish at the last minute (check out Assignment Calculator to help plan your study), or lectures to take notes through?

Some people like to take a holiday, others like to spend time with their friends and family, others like to binge on television shows, and others like to read. Guess what? The library can definitely help you with the last two!

Check out a list of some of our film and TV databases. I recommend Kanopy for streaming access to a great bunch of movies and documentaries like Pride and Prejudice or Gayby Baby.

If you’re more of an “old-school” DVD kind of person you can borrow from the extensive film and TV collection at Kelvin Grove Library – just look for the call-number range: 791.43 on level 4 – R Block.

Maybe reading is more your thing? If so, you should take advantage of our online subscription to Overdrive which is a collection of fiction and non-fiction audio-books and ebooks.

Whatever you decide to choose over mid-year break make sure to stay safe and relax!

Anzac Day

1000 Poppies, Kelvin Grove Library.

1000 Poppies, Kelvin Grove Library.

 

The 25th April is the anniversary of ANZAC troops landing on the beaches of Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day we remember all Australian and New Zealand servicemen and women who have served and continue to serve in our armed forces.

Kelvin Grove Library has made a stunning display on Level 3 near the Library Helpdesk featuring a flood of poppies hand-sewn by librarians and friends from the community. The books on display are available for loan and will be replenished each day.

If you would like to know more about Anzac Day, why not visit the Australian War Memorial website or watch a documentary on one of our online streaming services?