Take Home a Maker Kit

Library staff have been busy packaging up some of the Maker Studio's coolest tools and kits so that you can check them out and take them home!  The first Maker Kit ready for check-out includes everything you need to get started with Arduino. What's Arduino?  Arduino is a tiny, open source computer that you can…
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iPad StoryTime

Join us on the fourth Thursday of the month at 10:30 for our early literacy based iPad Storytime! This is a twist on traditional storytimes -- we'll enjoy literacy-based stories, songs, rhymes, and movements while using preloaded iPads and preselected apps as well as print format books. We'll learn how to evaluate and use apps…
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Youth Media Award Winners

The American Library Association has announced the 2018 youth media award winners, including the winners of the Caldecott, Newbery, and Coretta Scott King awards. Here's a list of a few of the winners that you can check out from ELPL today! John Newbery Medal for the most outstanding contribution to children’s literature: Hello Universe by Erin Entrada Kelly…
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Let’s Make a Match!

Valentine's Day is fast approaching and our ELPL Matchmakers (a.k.a. librarians) are standing by to help you find five items that you will love.  Simply fill out the Let's Make a Match form and receive a personalized list of new favorites within 72 hours…
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Getting Started With Lynda

Here's how to get started! To begin using Lynda.com you will need to sign in with your library card number and PIN/password.   If you normally sign into the library's catalog with your username please note you will need to use your library card number, all 14 digits, for Lynda.com After you sign in you will…
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