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1 event for March 6
  • 6:00pm - 9:00pm

    Segments from the award-winning series that features first-hand accounts from those affected by, and seeking solutions to, climate change will be screened. A panel discussion led by Princeton science and technology consultant Tineke Thio will follow. Refreshments will be served. Community Room

    Co-sponsored by the library and 350.... read more

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  • Tech apps for learners

    A question I am asked frequently on the Youth Services desk is whether I can recommend any assistive technology apps. There are several that caught my eye recently, and when I tried them, I was impressed with the continued development of these types of applications. Many people, both young and old, would benefit greatly from using these simple programs. All the following apps are intuitive and easy to use. Some have a nominal fee, and others are free.

    Posted Mar 5 2015 - 8:42am by ASantos
  • Connections

    In "Mastiff," a short story by Joyce Carol Oates, a couple who are taking a walk come across some other hikers. After the woman has a brief exchange with them, her date asks why she would bother talking to them; after all, she'd never see them again. She responds by saying that that's the best reason for talking to them.

    Posted Feb 23 2015 - 3:15pm by KFriberg
  • Get ready for Princeton Environmental Film Festival

    Mark your calendars. The Princeton Environmental Film Festival is being held this year from March 19 through March 29. You can keep up with news about, and find official selections for, the ninth annual festival on our PEFF website and the PEFF Facebook page. Our planning committee is a real community effort, with enthused and dedicated people from all walks of Princeton life shaping an exciting series of films and presentations.

    Posted Feb 17 2015 - 6:00am by JPainter
  • Using PPL databases: JSTOR

    The library has access to so many databases that it can be hard to start using even one. In this series I’d like to introduce a few of the popular and interesting databases to which the library subscribes. To begin, I’ll show you my own personal favorite, the historical research database, JSTOR.

    Posted Feb 12 2015 - 6:00am by eferry

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