Qatar National Library will be running a series of online events for people of all ages throughout June. All these courses will take place through the Microsoft Teams conferencing application.

This month, the Library is once again collaborating with Studio 5/6 to help children discover a wealth of new digital skills from the comfort of their own homes. Makers at Home will allow students to discover a variety of new digital skills, including gaming, digital electronics, 3D modelling, coding and app development, and virtual reality. This free online camp will help create the digital developers of the future.  For schedules and to register, visit

8 June 

Preservation and Conservation of Manuscripts: Experts from the Manuscript Restoration Center at Al Abbas Holy Shrine Library in Iraq will guide participants through the process of restoring and preserving documents of historical value across the Gulf region.

Art of Storytelling for Children with Learning Difficulties: This online session for parents and caregivers of children with learning difficulties will introduce effective storytelling techniques to inspire children’s imaginations.

Language Therapy App for Children: Mental Imagery Therapy for Autism (MITA) is a unique, early-intervention application for children with language delay and autism. MITA trains mental integration and language, starting with simple vocabulary, and progressing towards higher forms of language, such as adjectives, verbs, pronouns, and syntax.

15 June

Become a master of public speaking with this lecture. Attendees will learn new techniques to speak with confidence in front of an audience. They will also learn the benefits of writing and practicing, and how to find a balance between their voice and body language.

17 June

Would you like to master the art of storytelling to young children? Learn everything you need to know about the importance of reading for the little ones. This session will also explain the science behind the importance of reading to the development of your child’s brain and the concept of reading and early literacy.

For more information on all events at the Library this June, visit You can also follow their social media pages for updates.