The library provides access to a broad range of printed, audiovisual, and electronic documents for loans or on-site consultation. Through new acquisitions and the suggestions of users, the library regularly updates its inventory to make available to citizens documents that appeal to a wide variety of interests.
The library’s collection of printed documents includes more than 88,000 books (novels, documentary, comic books, large print books, music scores, etc.).
We find at the library more than 8,000 audiovisual materials (movies and documentaries, CDs, audio books and language-learning methods).
You can listen to CDs from the library’s collection for free on the premises, in the audio library. Located on the second floor, the audio library is a specially designated relaxation area where you can listen to music or read. Portable CD players may be borrowed at the Reference Desk.
Via its catalogue, the library offers access to the following online resources: