Many new titles in a wide breadth of subjects have been added over the last couple of months. From Kris Jenner to Christopher Hitchens; from American history to remote viewing; from Occupy World Street to BUST DIY Guide to Life we're sure you can find something of interest.
- Always use your finger or the end of a pen to guide your eyes by pointing it under the words you are reading. (This really helps to make you conscious of the speed at which you are reading, which is surprisingly important.)
- Every day, read something you chose for 10 minutes at your normal speed and mark where you started and finished. Then try reading that exact same passage in 5 minutes.
The Gale Testing and Education Reference Center database replaces Learning Express, which is no longer available. The resources available at the Gale database are similar to those at Learning Express, but the interface is a bit more intuitive and easy to use. The Testing and Education Reference Center will use the library card number and PIN like the other Gale databases and not require establishing a special account. Enter your info in the top right and then scroll down or jump to Careers & Education.
Most of the eBooks available for free download with your library card will now work with Amazon's Kindle!
Questions about the Internet Basics and Introduction to Computers Classes tell us what skills you have picked up prior to and after the 8 sessions.
Contact Carol Ferlito, Director, Oswego Public Library.
- After finding everything you wanted in the eMedia Library, go to your eCart and click on the Download button.
- Open the File when asked. This will download the file to your computer and open Adobe Digital Editions so you can view it. Remember to download and install Adobe Digital Editions if you have not already done this.