Festival of Learning is a national celebration of lifelong learning, with 'Have a Go' learning events taking place across the borough’s libraries. Learn something new at your library.
Festival of Learning events take place throughout May and June 2017.
Helen Johnston, Archaeologist, explores 10,000 years of London’s dynamic history as reflected by the River Thames.
This event is fully booked.
Learn techniques to help you unwind, de-stress and improve health with a qualified life coach in this two hour session.
Discover accessibility features such as voice recognition and spoken feedback on iPads and Android Tablets.
Keep in touch with friends near and far using Skype. We will show you how to do the basics.
There are thousands of podcasts that are easily available. We will show you how to access them.
The ever popular journalist and author, Alan Connor, returns to Twickenham library to tell the history of quiz and its makers.
A drop-in session where our staff can answer your tablet and iPad queries.
Denise Jones runs her own medico-aesthetic clinic and talks about common skincare concerns and how to improve your skin health and radiance. Rachel Green, personal styling expert, offers her top tips on looking good.
Learn how to make music from scratch, online. No musical experience necessary.
Art Historian Mariska Beekenkamp-Wladimiroff lectures on the masterpieces of London.
Photographer Ramas King talks about how he followed his dream from suburban Twickenham to the wilds of Wales.
This talk will be delivered in BSL with a verbal interpreter in attendance.
Drop in to our free session to see how to get the most out of your smartphone.
Find out all about accessing films online on your PC, laptop or mobile device.
Learn how to make the most of music streaming apps and websites.
Helen Johnston, Archaeologist with Thames Discovery Programme, explores 10,000 years of London’s dynamic history.
YouTube is more than funny clips - find out how to make the most of it in our informative session.
Discover how to install popular TV & Radio apps and watch and listen on the go.
Library card holders can access a whole library of audiobooks for free - this session shows you how.
Come to the Information & Reference Library and try out our range of tablets and iPads.
Updated: 30 May 2017