Dobsonville Library

Dobsinville Library has an activity room which is named after one of the Dobsinville Stalwart and a first qualified African Electrical Engineer in South Africa Mr. W.M. Tshaziba. The activity room is available for library programmes and is also available for booking by the community members. The library host holiday programmes during school holidays. We do various activities e.g storytelling, face painting, indigenous games and many more. These are always well attended and enjoyed by the children and their parents.

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  1. Hi does dobsonville library offer free computer lessons or do you charge if so how much and when do the classses take place

    Thank you

    1. Dear Makhosazana
      Our libraries do not have standard regular computer lessons, but as part of digital literacy, we do host group sessions in some branches if there is a group that is organized, sometimes through an NGO or organised by the library. You can speak to the librarian at Dobsonville and ask if they can host a group, and you can mobilize that group. The library would then contact our Elearning Office for support with computers. Another option, please find out from the librarian if they can help you in using a computer inside the library if they have it, to learn basics. You can also go through our http://www.cojelearning.org.za website and select Learn with Microsoft, register for free computer courses, and get a certificate. This is the link to register https://www.cojelearning.org.za/coj-skills-for-jobs/

      Regards
      Elearning Office

    1. Dear Ayanda
      Thank you for your interest in our library services. To become a member,
      you can register for membership, online at the safety and comfort of
      your home. To register online as a library member, click on Membership from the
      website homepage (www.cojelearning.org.za) and fill in the Google form,
      your membership number will be ready within 7 working days. You can use
      that membership number for E-books and audiobooks through the Libby app,
      and other online resources like digital newspapers and magazines, or
      online articles for research through our website. You can also use it at
      any of the 87 City of Johannesburg libraries for printed books.

      Happy reading!!
      Your Elearning Librarian

    1. Our libraries for now, do not open on Saturdays, due to labour dispute that is currently being resolved.

      Regards
      Elearning Office

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