Siena Kaplan, a Navigator at White Mountain Community Health Center, will be at Cook Library in Tamworth from 9 am – 1 pm on Friday, December 20, to help guide people through the process and answer any questions that come
We all have things go wrong with our computers. How we react to the problem will impact our success in finding a solution. Below are a few tips: 1. Stop at the first sign of trouble 2. Don’t panic. 3.
Nine Carroll County libraries have purchased access to a terrific Career Development database called Career Cruising. This database, packed with information, is a comprehensive career guide that people from 6th grade to adulthood will truly enjoy using. It is designed
It’s so frustrating when computers don’t work the way you expect them to. We haven’t been doing any formal tech classes during the summer months, but in September we will resume “Tech Tuesdays” from 3-4 pm, and hope that you
Image on left from mellott.wikispaces.com. Information literacy is the foundation of lifelong learning. “Information is in such abundance today that we have difficulty determining which information is legitimate.”, says Meridith Farkas in an article for American Libraries. Critical thinking skills