Skillsoft now available at GT Library

Visitors to the George Town library
now have access to a range of online educational publications.

Thanks to a partnership with
Skillsoft and LIME, the library now offers researchers free access to online publications
covering areas such as IT and computer science, engineering, business
management, finance and accounting, leadership, wellness and career
development.

“All you need to do is visit the
library and log on and you will be able to personalize and collaborate,
organize and bookmark a whole variety of publications which means it gives you
convenient access at no cost,” said LIME Cayman Islands General Manager Tony
Ritch.

“So whether you are a full- or
part-time student or you just want to continue your lifelong education there is
a publication online for you. This is a fantastic opportunity for everyone
within our community to access a whole library of e-publications.”

LIME has been a longtime supporter
of the Cayman Islands Public Library Services providing all libraries across
the islands with high speed internet and fitting them out as open hot spots.

“Public Libraries have always been
bastions of education, so the government is very happy for the development of
this public/private partnership with LIME,” said Rolston Anglin, the minister
responsible for public libraries.

“One of our ministry directives is
to support the community in achieving its lifelong learning goals and this
partnership allows us to do just that.  I
encourage the people of the Cayman Islands to take full advantage of this
opportunity for free access to high quality resources.”

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