You have access to the Poltimore library in Val-des-Monts.
Membership is free for all residents of Denholm.
You can borrow a maximum of 6 books for a period of 3 weeks.
You can use the Internet service on reservation at a cost of $ 2.00 for 30 minutes.
2720, route Principale
Val-des-Monts (QC) J8N 2H7
Wednesday : 6 pm - 9 pm
Friday : 1 pm - 4 pm
Saturday : 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
We are proud to announce a new series of FREE online workshops on cybernetic intelligence offered by the Réseau BIBLIO de l'Outaouais to kids and young adults aged 10 to 12 and 13 to 17 years old.
These workshops, facilitated by GenieLab will take place from March 26 to May 1, 2021 in both English and French.
Workshop 1 – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
10-12 years-old: How to Spot AI
Friday, April 16, 6 PM
13-17 years-old: Artificial Intelligence: Friend or Not?
Saturday, April 17, 10:30 AM
Workshop 2 – Artificial Intelligence and Visual Arts
10- 12 years-old: Make Cyborg Art
Friday, April 23, 6 PM
13-17 years-old: Make Cyber Intelligence Artwork
Saturday, April 24, 10:30 AM
Workshop 3 – Artificial Intelligence and Musical Composition
10-12 years-old: Drop Cyborg Beats & Rhymes
Friday, April 30, 6 PM
13-17 years-old: Drops Beats & Rhymes using Cyber Intelligence
Saturday, May 1, 10:30 AM
REGISTER NOW – Places are limited!
For more information about these workshops, visit our online workshops at www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/en/online-activities
Online Digital Arts Workshops in English for 9 to 13 years old.
Learn to create stories using algorithms and compose a soundtrack to this story. The Réseau BIBLIO invites you to register for FREE for those online digital arts workshops.
Three online and live workshops are offered to you. GénieLab leads this 45-minute live online workshop. The workshop is offered for FREE to all young patrons of libraries members of the Réseau BIBLIO de l'Outaouais. These activities are made possible thanks to the financial support of the MRC Pontiac and the Government of Quebec.
All workshops will take place on the ZOOM platform. The ZOOM link giving access to the chosen workshop will be emailed to you 30 minutes before the start of the workshop. You can participate in all the workshops or register for some of your choice.
LIST OF WORKSHOPS
To REGISTER, choose the workshops that interest you and click on the link to complete the registration form found in the description of each workshop:
Workshop – Fake News Hunt
In this workshop, you will learn how to create stories through collaboration with algorithms while analyzing and sharpening your numerical knowledge, and your general knowledge to detect fake or real news!
- March 6, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Workshop – Show me your Lobster-Cat-Unicorn
Draw and create scenes that will complete the story you’ll be following, like in a comic book. Create digital images with your computer, to play with textures, colors, 3D effects, and create crazy visuals! This workshop will allow you to create without limits while learning the foundations of digital art!
- March 13, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
Workshop – Homemade Rhythms & Beats
This workshop will allow you to create sounds and code sound effects to create a soundtrack over a narration by using your computer to place the right sounds at the right moments during the story.
- March 20, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.
CONTEST - My next literary FAV!
February is Readers’ Favourites month.
The Réseau BIBLIO de L'Outaouais would like to bring you joy by offering you a book you want to read! To participate, simply tell us which book you'd like to receive. On March 1, 2021, ten participants will be selected from amongst those who’ve told us what book they want.
For inspiration, you can check out the literary favourites of our region's library staff, which will be posted on our Facebook page throughout the month of February.
- To be eligible, add the book's title as a comment to this post.
- Limit of one entry per person.
- The contest is open to Outaouais residents only and closes February 28, 2021 at 11:59 pm.
- The prize has a maximum value of $75, taxes included.
- Don't forget to share the contest with your friends!
Spend quality time outdoors during the pandemic thanks to your library!
The Outaouais BIBLIO Network and its member libraries remain at the service of the community thanks to the free digital resources!
While the citizens of Outaouais are mostly confined to their home and the public libraries have temporarily closed their doors, it is important to remember that the member libraries of the BIBLIO Network of Outaouais always offer several services to the citizens thanks to digital resources.
Indeed, several books and digital services are available free of charge to citizens who are subscribed to one of the member libraries of the BIBLIO Network. These services, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, are available at www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/:
- The PRETNUMERIQUE.CA platform and the OverDrive platform, which offer more than 10,000 books to subscribers (in French and English);
- The RBdigital platform and the BibliMags platform giving access to more than 5,000 magazines (in French and in English);
- The Protéger-vous platform;
- The new heureduconte.ca website, which features an inventory of story hours available for delayed listening, a live story schedule, and podcasts and audio books for children;
- The ToutApprendre.com platform offering more than 800 online and self-study courses.
"Currently, we are actively working to provide our members and the public with a wide variety of books and digital services," said Sylvie Thibault, Executive Director of Réseau BIBLIO de l'Outaouais. "So even if most families have to stay at home, they can continue to learn, cultivate or have fun."
A large self-help network has also been created at the national level to support the population in the coming weeks. In fact, a special team made up of staff from several Quebec libraries has been mobilized to help Quebecers access online resources from their library and answer their questions. To communicate with this team, simply consult the website www.infobiblio.ca, a new website created specifically for this occasion or send a request to technical support for the digital resources of the BIBLIO Network at www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/soutien/demande-de-soutien-aux-ressources-numeriques. Remember, however, that you must be subscribed to one of the member libraries of the Réseau BIBLIO de l'Outaouais (www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/trouver-ma-bibliotheque) to access the various digital services. Citizens of member libraries of the BIBLIO Network are also invited to subscribe online at www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/m-abonne or request their NIP BIBLIO if necessary at www.reseaubibliooutaouais.qc.ca/demande-de-nip-biblio.
A new microsite for online storytelling hours!
Public libraries are currently using creativity to provide services to their citizens. Among other things, we can think of the launch of the brand new microsite: www.heureduconte.ca. Created specifically to respond to the challenges of the current crisis and to entertain families, the site brings together and highlights virtual storytelling hours complying with Copyright Law. It offers an inventory of storytelling hours available for delayed listening, a calendar of storytelling hours live as well as podcasts and audio books for children. In addition, since public libraries are integral to the entire book chain, the distribution of works via these services has received the authorizations from the beneficiaries of the works read.
“The context in which we find ourselves in forces library teams to innovate. Residents are invited to stay on the lookout, as other actions will also be carried out soon throughout the province to give everyone the chance to benefit from a wide range of services, ”adds Sylvie Thibault, Director General from the Outaouais BIBLIO Network.
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Mes aïeux maintenant disponible aux abonnés du Réseau Biblio Outaouais
MesAïeux.com est un site de généalogie québécois qui permet de faire un arbre généalogique en recherchant ses ancêtres du Québec et d'Amérique du Nord, le tout en quelques clics! Il vise autant les chercheurs expérimentés que les personnes qui débutent, ou qui ont peu de temps à consacrer à leur généalogie.
Le site propose aux utilisateurs une base de données unique, regroupant des données généalogiques sur les paroisses du Québec depuis leur fondation jusqu’à tard au XXe siècle, et couvrant également une partie de l’Ontario, du Manitoba, du Nouveau-Brunswick, de la Nouvelle-Écosse et de l'Alberta. Les données utilisées proviennent de sources fiables. Le processus de contrôle de qualité utilisé permet d’éliminer les doublons et les incohérences, de corriger les erreurs, et de constituer des fiches de familles intégrées. Mes Aïeux permet de construire, de partager, de consulter et d'imprimer un arbre généalogique.