Access Sligo Library Digital Services from home

COVID-19 Information Access

A digital partner pack is now available and includes the COVID-19 Information Booklet, which is being delivered to all households. There are also posters, booklets and videos for workplaces and communities to raise awareness about preventing the spread of coronavirus. You can access there here

The COVID-19 Information Booklet is also available in Irish and in audiobook.

Covid 19 – Crime Prevention Advice

Covid 19 – Dementia: Understand Together

COVID 19 Wellbeing Campaign

The Department of Health and the HSE, in collaboration with key cross-Government and cross-sectoral partners, have been developing a mental wellbeing campaign aimed at offering support and resources to help deal with the stress, anxiety and isolation currently experienced by many people.

Government Wellbeing Campaign

The campaign, which is hosted on gov.ie, points people to the HSE’s Your Mental Health supports and resources which include many online and telephone services, as well as providing tips and advice from cross-Government and Healthy Ireland partners on topics such as physical activity, parenting, coping with daily routines, supporting the ‘cocooned’ and getting involved in the community solidarity efforts.

Coronavirus – COVID 19 and Sligo Library Opening Hours

Creating or Updating your Sligo Library membership during COVID-19

Library membership is completely free of charge for everyone in every library in the country.

While libraries are closed due to Coronavirus (COVID-19), you do not need to finalise your application in the library before being able to use online services.  

Just fill out the online form here. You’ll get a temporary library number and you can set up a library PIN. With those, you’ll be able to access the online services. 

If you are under the age of 18, you must review the terms and conditions below with your parent or guardian before agreeing to make sure that you or your parent or guardian understand your and their legal obligations. Parents or guardians are responsible for their children’s digital content selections. Please note that the normal age restrictions for accessing content for e-books and e-audio books are not in place for users who have registered during this temporary arrangement. 

Before submitting your application form please read the terms and conditions below and the data privacy statement

If you are not a Library member yet, just click on this link and follow the instructions. You will be given a temporary Library card number and will be asked to create your own personal PIN. Once this is done, you will be able to access all our online services.

https://www.librariesireland.ie/…/online-services-during-co…

You will be given a temporary Barcode number and will be asked to set up your own PIN.

Once this is done, you will be able to access all our online services.

There is also a short guide in how to use the services.

  • Please note, if your SligoLibrary Membership Card has a four digit number, your card will not work with the online services. Please, phone 071911 1675 or email [email protected] for details on how to update this.
  • If you think your membership has lapsed, please contact Sligo Library to have it re-activated. You can phone us at 071911 1675 or email [email protected]

COVID-19 Community Response Forum