The Library District will be closed on Monday, July 4, in celebration of Independence Day. Enjoy the day!
For sun and heat-related safety tips click on the hyperlinks gleaned specifically for today’s tip.
This week, we’ve gone a little birdy.
Enjoy this week’s Tuesday’s Tip – All about Birds found here.
This week we share with you an excellent place to find all words medical–from abbreviations and codes to full-blown medical dictionary entries. Have a look! Tuesday’s Tip — June 7, 2016 (MediLexicon)
Stay safer on the roads! Check out these great sites for information you need to help you and your whole family avoid automobile accidents. Learn more by clicking on the link. Tuesday’s Tip — May 31, 2016 (Automobile Safety)
Today’s Tip will help you discover whether your e-mail address(es) was part of a known ‘data breach’. This information will help you decide if you need to reset your passwords for privacy and security. Tuesday’s Tip — May 17, 2016 (Email Security)
If historical newspapers from New York State are what you’re looking for, you’ll be thrilled by this week’s Tip! Resources covered include both digital content you can search, and holdings information for the actual papers–usually on microfilm. Click the link below to learn more!
Elections 2016–Primaries results and detailed statistics from Politico
If you’re thinking ahead for the next academic year, now’s the time to investigate scholarships! The Apps highlighted in our Tip below will help you get started.
Who knew that you could find podcasts using the library’s Website?! Well, now you do. This Tip contains jazzy examples of how to use advanced search features in the online catalog to get at really interesting content on many subjects of interest. There’s something for everyone! Tuesday’s Tip — April 26, 2016 (Audio Broadcasts)
Here are some up-to-date resources for more information on the Zika Virus. Make sure you don’t leave standing water on your property to prevent mosquitos of all kinds –whether dangerous, or simply annoying–from breeding! Tuesdays Tip — April 19, 2016 (Zika Virus Resources)
A picture is worth a thousand words, and often a visual depiction makes lots of quantitative information more meaningful and contextually significant. This week’s Tip is a detailed exploration of a site offering an amazing array of visual representations of government data. Give the Tip, and DataUSA, a look and explore some of the data sets for yourself!