Free «Comment faire Culturethèque?» request tutorials in late April / May / June. These are run as they are requested with our webmaster, James Donaldson at a Public Library of your choice. After 4pm week days or on Saturday. If interested, register below...
How Does It Work? / Register
Read the instructions and then work your way through them
Click HERE to register to CULTURETHEQUE
Not yet a member of Alliance Française? Sign up today HERE!
What's Available? - See video
Culturethèque offers major titles from the French press, comics, novels, works on current themes (such as WWI or climate), self-training modules, books for French-language learners, particularly readings in an easy level of French, articles on the human sciences, concert recordings, web documentaries, and more.
The resources are available via streaming or downloading (for a 21-day loan of two books simultaneously, limited to a maximum of five books per month), with the possibility of viewing the book via a tablet, e-book reader or smartphone).
Alongside four entries ‘‘Read’’, ‘‘Listen’’, ‘‘Look’’ and ‘‘Learn’’, the ‘‘Youth’’ section now offers pages dedicated completely to young children, with characters and known and renowned series such as Lucky Luke, Pitt Ocha, Mimi Cracra, Ariol, Les Sépas, Astrib Bromure, Cédric, Les Sisters – as well as magazines – Abricot, Papoum, Les P’tites Sorcières, Spirou, Mickey, etc.
Culturethèque, your new online French library!
What's Culturetheque? - (also see video below)
It's your very own French e-library!
24/7 access from your personal computer, tablet, or smartphone.
Access your favorite magazines as they hit newsstands, view concerts and shows, listen to lectures, introduce children to cultural materials, read e-books and comics
Here are buttons to register and then re-visit the website: