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October is Cybersecurity Awareness month! Please check out the following link for useful resources to make sure you are protected. Included are resources for cyber security awareness toolkits, keeping kids safe online, newsletters with security tips, and other useful resources: Continue reading October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month
CCLD libraries will be closed Thursday, NOV 23 in observance of the holiday, but our eLibrary is always open — 24/7/365. For those of you hitting the road, libraries will be open until regular closing hours on Wednesday night, so Continue reading Your Holiday Roadtrip Supply List
Lynda.com is a 24/7 video learning service available to library patrons that provides the opportunity to learn software, technology, creative, and business skills. The courses are in video format so users can view video tutorials taught by recognized industry experts Continue reading New courses available from Lynda.com
Confounded by computers? Intimidated by technology, but afraid to ask questions? You are not alone! Many, many adults have had to teach themselves how to use a computer and explore the web. Some have sailed through the process, while others Continue reading Take a Computer Class!
Are you ready to take the next step in your job or hobby but just don’t have the skills you need in one crucial area? Do you need to learn Excel in order to be considered for a promotion? Do Continue reading Beneficial Bits ‘n Bytes: Lynda.com
Have you ever had a conversation about books or movies and thought to yourself ‘When I get home I will search on my computer to see if I can borrow the book or movie from the library’, then when you Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – BookMyne
A lot of people visit the public library because they need to print a document. Most Windows computers come with a word processing program called Microsoft Works installed and many people use it to create documents. What a lot of Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – Free Online File Conversion
I love working with younger librarians (Owen, Jennie, Connie) because they so often tell me a quick way to do something on a computer that I didn’t know. One of those things is keyboard commands. For example: if you want Continue reading Beneficial Bits n’ Bytes – Keyboard Shortcuts
About a year ago my daughters and I were in the process of planning for their first trip to Europe. Seeing that all three of us were recent college graduates we balked at the thought of signing up for a Continue reading Did you know that your public library is a vacation planner’s paradise?