Books Plus: Coquitlam library has online offerings for COVID-19 shut-ins

Stuck at home? Browse digital magazines, watch documentaries, take video courses using Coquitlam Public Library’s website

While Coquitlam Public Library, like all Tri-City Libraries, is closed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, it still has a variety of online offerings, including:

• Need help with your library account or using the following online resources? Contact Coquitlam Public Library by email at askalibrarian@coqlibrary.ca or phone at 604-937-4141, leaving a detailed message. A staff member will get back to you within 24 hours.

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RBdigital: Browse a wide variety of popular magazines, including titles like Canadian Living, the Economist, Rolling Stone, the New Yorker and Reader’s Digest. Go to coqlibrary.ca to start reading.

Indieflix: Watch award-winning independent films, shorts and documentaries from around the world for free with your library card. Search or browse the collection of 8,000 titles by country, film festival or language. Get started at coqlibrary.ca.

Lynda.com: Discover thousands of easy to understand video courses and start learning business, technology, software and creative skills. Get unlimited access to Lynda courses (taught by industry experts!) with your library card. Start learning at coqlibrary.ca.

Transparent Language Online: Pick one of the 100+ languages available on this language learning tool and learn how to listen, speak, read and write. Use it on a computer or on a device through the Transparent Language app. Find out more at coqlibrary.ca.

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