In November 2016, The Stanford History Education Group published the results of their one and a half year study to determine the civic online reasoning skills (ability to reason about the information on the Internet) of 7,804 students across 12 Continue reading News: fake, real, and everything in between. A roadmap for the rest of us.
Still working on your taxes? We have a limited supply of forms here at the Steele Memorial Library. So far, we have no state instruction books. We know this is a stressful time of year, so we’re sharing some clickable Continue reading Tax Resources
Here are just a few of the titles we recently added to our genealogy and local history research collection: Onondaga Iroquois Prehistory: A Study in Settlement Archaeology by James A. Tuck Landmarks of the Revolution in New York State: A Continue reading New Titles in Genealogy and Local History