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  • It's Written in the Stars ... Read.
    Posted on: Thursday, October 04, 2018

    October 7-13 is Teen Read Week, which means our libraries are celebrating teenagers and the books and events they enjoy at the library. This year's theme is “It’s Written in the Stars: READ”. To encourage teens to read and visit the library, Metro Libraries are offering programs to make crafts and DIY, watch movies with friends, join a book club, play games and trivia, explore STEAM activities (science, tech, engineering, art, math) and more! Check the list below for upcoming events.

  • Posted on: Saturday, September 29, 2018
  • Homework Help 7
    Posted on: Friday, September 28, 2018

    Students who are still early in their academic career may not realize the importance of finding credible sources or know the different types of sources teachers may ask for. This short guide will get you started. Check out some of the homework help eResources on the Dog-Eared Blog's homework help resource series.

  • Homework Help 6
    Posted on: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    Today we want to talk about college prep – the homework every high school junior and senior dreads. So, how can the library help? The library has some great easy-to-use college prep resources to ease the pressure on you and your student.

     

     

  • You Heard it First - At Your Local Library
    Posted on: Thursday, September 20, 2018

    If you enjoy reading the headlines of magazines at the supermarket checkout or are in search of an article about your great uncle twice removed, but don’t want to spend the bucks on expensive subscriptions – we have got the perfect solution. So, stop creating new email addresses to get another free 10-day subscription and visit the Metro Library online research collection instead.

  • Homework Help 5
    Posted on: Wednesday, September 19, 2018

    If your student is researching other countries, working on a report about the most popular foods in Mexico, learning their states and countries or just curious about other places and cultures - these are excellent resources to spark their curiosity. Exploring these resources can be a fun way for you and your student to learn about the world we live in together. You may even try a new recipe inspired by another culture's favorite cuisine.

  • Anxiously Awaited Sequels
    Posted on: Monday, September 17, 2018

    In this age of streaming video, everybody’s binging. Binge watching is the practice of watching multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession. I’m currently re-watching all seven seasons of Star Trek: Voyager. Because I can. And I often like to binge read, as well. Why wait years for the next book in the series, when you can just read them all at once?

  • Homework Help 4
    Posted on: Monday, September 17, 2018

    Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for a few resources for an academic paper or school presentation, most of the library’s resources tackle history in some way or another. A library card gives you access to historical newspapers and specialty databases to cover historical topics you may have a special interest in.

  • Invisible Man
    Posted on: Tuesday, September 11, 2018

    This month the Library is hosting a series of discussions about Invisible Man, by Oklahoma City native Ralph Ellison. The book was selected by PBS "The Great American Read" as one of America's 100 best-loved books. So what makes Invisible Man one of the greatest reads of all time? Tell us what you think. Join in the discussion at your local library.

     

  • Homework Help 2
    Posted on: Friday, September 07, 2018

    Whether you are a regular scientist or in need some assistance in the science department – you will find a great variety of online resources covering topics in all areas of science on the Library's website. We have materials for all ages – whether your student is writing a difficult report or simply has a science-related question you are looking for an answer to – this is the place to go.

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