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Running a reading hack

Written by · Published Jun 14, 2016

Matt looks at the how, costs and why of running a 'reading hack' – and of passing over its organisation to students.

Lowestoft Digital Roadshow

Written by · Published Feb 26, 2016

Can year 7 pupils build a computer? Find out what went on at our first Digital Roadshow up in Lowestoft.

Using Access to Research to support A level students

Written by · Published Dec 22, 2015

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.

Introducing Sarah, our new mental health and wellbeing coordinator

Written by · Published Oct 30, 2015

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.

Take 5: Action for Happiness filming

Written by · Published Jul 27, 2015

Ipswich County Library staff and volunteers have made videos for the Take 5 project, answering the question: “How does the library make you happy?”