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What Do Forensic Psychology, Andre Agassi and Yoga Have in Common? Answer: Udemy!

May 27, 2021

BY DANA MANNINO Lifelong learners and anyone seeking to learn something new will find a fantastic variety of online classes offered through Udemy, the latest addition to our array of digital resources. Udemy is a collection of video classes you view online. You can start a class whenever you want and take as long as […]

Udemy: Easily Improve Work Productivity to Increase Your Value and Efficiency

May 25, 2021

BY CRYSTAL MILLER For anyone working at an office job, remotely or on-site, work performance has probably looked a bit different this past year than previously. I know I would benefit from some training to spruce up some of my office-related skills and tasks. If you are in the same boat, Gale Presents: Udemy is […]

Udemy: New Resource with High-Quality Content That Makes Learning Enjoyable

April 27, 2021

BY STACEY GODDARD I don’t usually “geek out” about a new library resource. But I have to confess that I was having geek-out levels of excitement when I heard the library would be getting Udemy. Here are the reasons why I’m so excited: You can take Udemy courses whenever it is convenient for you. There […]

Gale Presents: Udemy

March 26, 2021

JobNow: Live Coaching & Online Help for Your Job Search or Career Change Is a Click Away

December 7, 2022

By Crystal Miller What Is JobNow? JobNow from Brainfuse is a one-stop resource for job seekers and anyone looking to change up their career. This online resource can be accessed while you are in any of our 11 libraries and onboard LINC. And with an in-district library card, you can access JobNow from home or […]

Making a Zine: The Who, What, Where, Why & How of Zine Creation

November 8, 2022

By Abra Cole What Is a Zine? Zine (pronounced “zeen”) is short for magazine or fanzine. A zine is a publication that is not professionally published and not officially related to any brand, series, or company. Fanzines started in the 1930s as science fiction enthusiasts wrote and published their ideas about the topic to share […]

Getting Active with the Library: Get More Energy & Reduce Stress

June 14, 2022

By Jane Baker The first time I heard the term forest bathing, my immediate thought was “I bet those pine needles hurt!” All kidding aside, forest bathing is a relatively recent term (with science behind it) that gives us a good reason to go take a walk. In 1982, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, […]

Asking for a Friend: Where Can People Get Basic Computer & Internet Training?

October 6, 2021

By Stacey Goddard I’m excited to announce that the library has a new online resource: Northstar Digital Literacy. If you read my previous posts about LinkedIn Learning and Udemy, you might be wondering if this new resource will offer more of the same types of classes. The short answer is both yes and no. Northstar […]

Business Matters at the Library: Gain New Customers & New Skills for Success

September 16, 2021

Celebrate your community and customers during our Small Business Saturday week-long event! Learn new things each month from a SCORE business mentor when you sign up for the online workshop at the library. Explore our Digital Library for online resources that can help you find information on trades and industries, get training for you and your employees, and build a business or marketing plan for your business.

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New Digital Resources from Gale: What Success Will You Gain with Knowledge?

September 8, 2021

We have new digital resources from Gale that offer an abundance of information and tools for businesses, students, and anyone doing research or looking for general knowledge.