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A group of students at the Sydney’s Central Library have launched a fundraising campaign to raise money for the local library’s new electronic books collection.
The digital library’s digital collections are used by students at a number of schools and colleges across the city.
A number of students are interested in joining in on the fundraising campaign, and the team has launched a website to raise funds for the project.
“We are very excited to be launching this campaign to help fund the library’s newly-launched electronic library collection,” said Sarah Davenport, one of the team’s co-founders.
“It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a long time, and this is the perfect way to give back to Sydney and support our local library and students.”
Ms Davenpack said she wanted to create a digital library collection that would be open to all.
“Sydney’s Central is a great city and a great place to live and learn, and a place to explore and to explore new places,” she said.
The digital libraries will be available to everyone in Sydney, but some local libraries in the city have restrictions on how people can access them. “
So, we wanted to make sure that our digital library has a wide variety of reading materials to choose from, and that it’s accessible to all people.”
The digital libraries will be available to everyone in Sydney, but some local libraries in the city have restrictions on how people can access them.
“If you’re on a lower income, or if you’re a single person or a student, we have a few restrictions,” Ms Davonson said.
A copy of the digital library will be donated to the local school’s reading programme.
“For students who are under the age of 18, we don’t have access.
It’s just a different digital library to use at home.”
“We want people to be able to read whatever they want on the computer, so that’s why we have this [digital library],” Ms Davevonson added.
“This is a really great project for the students and it will make a huge difference.”
The students plan to donate 50 copies of their digital library catalogue to schools and other libraries in Sydney’s inner-city, with the aim of helping build the library and provide more reading materials for the city’s students.
“Our students will have access from the library to all the materials,” Ms Davonson explained.
“They will be able [to] borrow books, they will be reading materials, and we will have the resources that they need.”
“It really helps us build a library and build a community library.”
The Sydney Central Library is part of a network of public libraries across the country.
There are also a number in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart.
“Students are able to use all the resources they need and access books and other digital content that is currently in the libraries in their local communities,” Ms Darvonsonson told News.net.au in an interview.
Ms Darvenson said she had been researching the topic for some time and was excited to get involved. “
As part of this, we will be partnering with a local non-profit organisation, the Central Library Foundation, to create the digital books collection that will be open for all to access.”
Ms Darvenson said she had been researching the topic for some time and was excited to get involved.
“Digital libraries have really taken off recently, and they have really been really successful,” she added.
The Central Library was set up in the late 1990s, and was established as part of the citys Central Library network.
The library has now collected about 15,000 books, DVDs, CDs, audio books and video tapes.
“The idea behind the library is to make it available to the wider community, to provide a service to the library, and to offer a range of reading and learning materials to our students,” Ms Maung said.
The school will also be working with a number other libraries to set up digital libraries, with an aim of making them accessible to students at all levels.