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Forsyth County Public Libraries Allow Customers to Keep Books Until May 15

Published by Mary Giunca / March 30, 2020

The Forsyth County Public Library is allowing patrons to keep checked out books and materials through May 15. To-Go Library Pickup will continue at all ten Forsyth County Public Library locations.


How to Access the NC Division of Employment Security COVID-19 Information

Published by Computer Training Bridge / March 29, 2020

Not sure where to go or how to get started with unemployment or other employment resources in response to COVID-19? You can visit the NC Division of Employment Security website to safely create your account and find all the forms you need and fill them out.


Two Free Webinars for Parents and Teachers Transitioning to Online Learning

Published by Amber McClure / March 29, 2020

With many schools moving to online learning or learn-from-home models for the foreseeable future, is here to help your library support the educators, parents and students in your community. As experts in online instruction, we have developed two free webinars to help both teachers and parents transition to the online environment.


Hidden Gems: Databases that Bring the World Into Your Home

Published by Amber McClure / March 29, 2020

Why worry about going out into the world when you explore all of its wonders in your home? These databases are here to keep you informed with up to date reports, help you explore different parts of the world and discover incredible stories from incredible people. And they are all free to access with your library card.

Library Now Available From Home

Published by Amber McClure / March 28, 2020

Now you don't have to leave home to access! Enjoy this resource for free anywhere until April 30. Take advantage of this rich database with your library card.


Looking for objective information about stocks? Check Value Line online

Published by Mary Giunca / March 27, 2020

When Arnold Bernhard's mother lost most of her savings in the stock market crash of 1929, he resolved to create a way for regular folks to access objective information about stock prices. Today Value Line is one of the largest independent investment research services, and you can access it for free with your library card.

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