Information and Content Librarian Helen Haynes outlines the latest developments in our digital book services
Our chief executive Alison discusses how libraries have always been evolving.
Matt shares how we used the power of Lego and stop motion video to promote self-help reading for young people.
We’ve made made a few changes to our website, hopefully making it quicker, more stable and more secure.
Matt looks at the how, costs and why of running a 'reading hack' – and of passing over its organisation to students.
Ipswich County Library assistant manager Charmain talks about setting up a code club from scratch.
Leon discusses working with a digital design agency to explore what library self-service could look like in the future.
Can year 7 pupils build a computer? Find out what went on at our first Digital Roadshow up in Lowestoft.
Our chief executive officer Alison talks about the importance of libraries to her and the community – all reasons to celebrate National Libraries Day.
Helen Haynes introduces a way for you to get your novel, short story, non-fiction or poetry in front of Suffolk Libraries customers.
Community lead Daniel Harvey talks about converting a library into a popular music venue, and how he managed to buy too much beer for a gig.
Helen shares how A level students studying for their EPQ can use a fantastic free library service to access top quality academic resources. It also helps students focus on a topic when they're not sure what area they want to study.
More Suffolk children than ever took part in the Summer Reading Challenge this year, increasing children's library membership.
Take a look at our new, free digital magazine service.
Try these books, websites and colouring activities to get your child thinking about Remembrance Day.
In a time where health services are facing cuts and increasing pressure to deliver more, I believe the community is a great place to start when it comes to empowering and encouraging people to improve their wellbeing.
Matt shares the new project being rolled out across Suffolk Libraries to encourage young people's literacy.
Kate shares how dispersing teenage books throughout the library has made them more popular among teenagers and adults.
Henry discusses how a combination of wifi and Minecraft is getting children into Thurston Library.
Ipswich County Library staff and volunteers have made videos for the Take 5 project, answering the question: “How does the library make you happy?”