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2 events for March 31
  • 2:00pm - 3:00pm

    Middle school students will build a Wordpress website on a topic of their choice in this free four-day course. Each session will include instruction as well as hands-on experimentation. Session topics include: planning your site, Wordpress basics, incorporating pictures and other media, and more. No previous experience is necessary -... read more

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  • True confessions of a readers' advisor

    People often ask for reading recommendations whether I'm on the job or off. It's part of my job description as a readers' services librarian. I haven't read every book I've suggested. For some, it's hard to fathom that you'd be able to suggest a book when you haven't even cracked the cover. Discovery, detective work, serendipity, daily conversations with readers, as well as diligent reading and keeping a close eye on publishing trends are the key ingredients to successful recommendations.

    Posted Mar 26 2015 - 6:00am by KFriberg
  • Learn to blog on spring break

    The library has several upcoming opportunities for middle school student to put their screen time toward something new. During the week of March 30, we are offering sessions for building a blog site. Middle school students will build a Wordpress website on a topic of their choice. Each session will include instruction, as well as hands-on experimentation. Session topics include planning your site, WordPress basics, incorporating pictures and other media, and more.

    Posted Mar 19 2015 - 6:00am by JHauge
  • Read The New Yorker on your iPad

    Since 2013, the library has offered access to Zinio, our digital collection of over 70 popular magazine titles, including The Economist, Bloomberg Businessweek, National Geographic Interactive, Shape, Newsweek, and Food Network Magazine.  Zinio magazines can easily be viewed on a computer or downloaded to a mobile device, free, with your library card.

    For the past couple of years, the most popular question we have received about Zinio has been, "What about The New Yorker?"

    Posted Mar 17 2015 - 6:00am by EBess
  • Collection development FAQs

    As Collection Development Coordinator, I occasionally get asked questions relating to the materials we collect here at the library. For anyone interested, I've compiled some of the more frequently asked question below. One question that is not often asked is "what is collection development?" The answer: It is just library-speak for purchasing anything that goes into our collections including books, DVDs, CDs, and electronic content.

    Posted Mar 12 2015 - 6:00am by ALevie

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