Libraries Week 2019: the digital world

Last updated: 09 Oct 2019 Topics: News Type: News
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Celebrating the role of libraries in the digital world and how they engage communities through technology

To celebrate Libraries Week 2019 (7-12 October), we have created an exclusive reading list on online safety helping you to protect children and young people in the digital world. Topics include: social media, mental health and wellbeing, child abuse online, apps, gaming, online privacy and more.

NSPCC Library - a unique collection

The NSPCC Library is the only UK library dedicated to child protection, safeguarding, child abuse and child neglect. We ensure that anyone with a professional interest in child protection and related subjects has access to the books and resources they need in their direct work with children and families.

Our Library catalogue can be accessed online and provides a wide range of resources and materials to help inform your knowledge and assist you with your research. This includes articles, DVDs, audio visual material, e-books, digital media, case reviews, journals and websites. You will find that many publications - including NSPCC research and online reports are available in full text.

Search the NSPCC Library catalogue

Our collection includes the national case reviews repository which provides a single place to find and access details of over 14,000 published case reviews.

You can keep up-to-date with new items added to the catalogue by signing up to our free weekly email alert or follow us at @NSPCCLearning for our recommendations on Book of the Week.

If you’d like to find out more about the Library, get help in searching the catalogue or book a visit to our Reading Room at our London office please contact us.