I have always loved creating. As a kid I was always coloring, painting, and crafting. As I got older, I continued to find joy in making. I spent many hours in high school making jewelry with friends. I still enjoy being creative; however, full-time work and full-time life as a parent have limited the time […]
I would like to introduce is Kids InfoBits. This database includes books, pictures, magazines, news articles, over 1,700 kid-friendly charts and graphs, and videos on a variety of content areas including animals, movies and music, people, plants, sports, technology, arts, geography, health, literature, science and social studies.
’m using this time of social distancing and staying at home to get caught up on reading my magazine collection. My computer is getting a large “to be read” stack! Yep, my magazines are stored on my computer, and on my phone using the RBDigital app. I subscribe to a variety of magazines on topics ranging from art, business, tech, entertainment, cooking, gardening, health, outdoor, and travel.
Learning new skills and staying up-to-date on various topics are essential to your career, personal growth, and lifelong learning. To help you achieve those goals, the Clermont County Public Library provides access to Lynda.com. You have access to instructional videos for a variety of professional and personal skills. Lynda.com is usually sponsored by LinkedIn with […]
Do you need credible sources for school or research? Are you a teacher at a Clermont County school? Do you want to learn about important topics, but you unsure how to narrow your search? You have access to full-text, scholarly resources on any number of subjects and interests. Explora for Public Libraries provides digital access […]
Do you want to adopt a child but don’t know what forms to get? Ready to move to another apartment but you don’t know your rights as a tenant? Need to add someone to your will or get a Power of Attorney. Are you ready to start your own business? We have the legal forms […]
Are you ready to learn about the Massacre at Wounded Knee or Nixon’s famous Checker’s Speech? We just added five new History Resources: American History, African American History, American Indian History, Ancient and Medieval History and Modern History. Let’s get started! Visit the library’s website On the top menu bar, go to eLibrary Go to […]