Browse through Sutton Online Resources, available 24/7 from your computer, smartphone or tablet. You can access most of these online resources at home. You will need your library card number. If you are not a member of the library you can join online.
Online how-to training on hundreds of common software applications and devices, including Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Google Docs and iPad.
Universal Class brings libraries lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing education units (CEUs). More than 500 courses are available, and all are designed and led by professional instructors to build deeper understanding and mastery of subject matter. Universal Class includes videos, assignments, quizzes, tests, and options for social media interaction with other learners. Library members may take multiple classes and learn at their own pace.
Set up your Universal class account here
Read newspapers anytime, anywhere on any device.
- Install the Pressreader IOS or Android app from your app store or visit pressreader.com using any browser.
- Sign in - select the yellow library card, find your library & enter your library card number.
- A pop up & green coffee cup confirms you can now read newspapers online or download to read offline for 3 days on your device.
- At the end of 3 days, simply sign in again with your library card number to reactivate your complimentary access for another 3 days. Reactivate as many times as you wish.
Provides all the necessary information and step by step guides with the Universal Credit sign up process. It explains which personal details are required before signing up so that users are properly prepared.
Also contains step by step guides for all of the Universal Jobmatch processes as well as CV and Covering letter templates.
The Which? Magazine is available as an online resource from Sutton Libraries. Please visit your local library as this resource can only be accessed from within Sutton Libraries.
Which? is an independent charity, focused on providing unbiased consumer advice. Products such as televisions, fridges and mobile phones are tested and rated. Which? Online is available in all our libraries, just ask a member of staff to log you on.