“Here in the library, we are ideally positioned to support people at risk of digital exclusion from health and care services” Vikki Kerr
Audiobook Review:The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring(1981)
“This adaptation of Lord of the Rings is one very close to me personally.This is the version of Lord Of The Rings in my mind.”
Across the Generations: Funding for Orkney Project
“Improving mental wellbeing, tackling social isolation and closing the digital divide are some of the key aims of public libraries. ” Ian Ruthven
The Building is Closed but Orkney Library Continues to Provide Extensive Services
Orkney Library and Archive is currently still closed – the building that is – but you can still borrow books and use its services.
Scotland’s First Public Library
“Faill not to keep your sone diligent reading and wreating yt he loss not what he hes attained”
BorrowBox for Orkney Library Members
Library members can download and borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks using an app called BorrowBox on their smartphone, tablet or home computer.
Celebrating Robert Burns in the Library
This Saturday afternoon from 2.30 to 3.30 Orkney Library and Archive in Kirkwall will be marking Robert Burns day.
Going to the Pictures
Scotland’s love of cinema and the film makers’ love of Scotland is celebrated in an exhibition at the Orkney Library and Archive, Kirkwall.
Sins of the Fathers by Les Cowan
Father Ramón feels no guilt for his crimes. He craves revenge. Hidalgo is in danger…
Please Come And Listen: The 365 Project
The Library in Kirkwall is hosting the 365 stories and music installation