Access puzzles through your public library
Would you like to access puzzles through your public library? When they become a Clue Detective subscriber, all patrons get full (free) access as part of their membership. They can solve puzzles in the library or remotely – at home, in your favourite cafe or sitting on a park bench; the opportunities are endless!
Offering puzzling as a library resource is a fantastic way to engage with library patrons who share a passion for solving puzzles. Subscribing to Clue Detective allows you to provide inhouse library activities and online puzzling sessions via Zoom. Patrons who prefer solo puzzling are also catered for.
Access puzzles through your public library : Clue Detective subscription offers a state of the art puzzling experience
When your library subscribes your patrons receive:
– Unlimited access to the Clue Detective Puzzle Portal, all year round, 24/7.
– The ability to access puzzles on any of their devices, mobile, laptop, tablet, PC.
– Solve puzzles wherever they are: at home, during their daily commute/long-haul flight, in their favourite cafe.
– Quick and easy setup
– A unique secure login authentication
– Ongoing training support
Allowing patrons to access through your public library ticks many boxes. While participants are solving their favourite puzzle, and having fun with friends, they can also enjoying the benefits of boosting their digital literacy by becoming more familiar with using their device, which will translate into using it for other activities. It can also aid patrons’ mental health.
Join the Clue Detective’s puzzling community
Groups/stakeholders a library can reach out to:
- Anywhere with a waiting room
- Medical rooms/clinics
- Local neighbourhood houses
- Adult education organisations – e.g. Learn Local, U3A
- Seniors computer clubs
- Aged care communities
- Mental health organisations e.g. Headspace, Mind
- The local pub
- A cafe and its patrons
To find out more, request a free trial or book an interactive puzzle demonstration webinar today.
Photo courtesy Port Phillip Library Service