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Getting Started with Industry Reports: How to Use First Research

One of the most important elements of any successful business plan is the Industry Analysis section (read more about business plans here). This is where you will demonstrate to the loan officer at the bank or an interested investor that you understand the trends and projections in the wider industry landscape, and how your business […]

Industry Research

Are you struggling with finding industry information?  If so, this program will help you navigate Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s database, First Research, where you can find information to the industry in question.  Please join, Tammy Stoken Business Librarian, for this virtual program.  Hope to see you there!  This is an online event. Registrants will be emailed instructions […]

NLS Firsts!

I was doing a bit of research on the early days of the National Library Service (NLS) and I came across a list of the first talking books that were produced back in 1934 for the program. The first batch of books that NLS made included some classic American documents, including the Declaration of Independence, […]

Life as a First Lady

After this election, I started thinking about what life was like for the women who were married to the presidents—who have to endure the rigors of the election cycle and endless press coverage, but whose contributions are significantly overlooked by history. In First Women: The Grace and Power of America’s Modern First Ladies, Kate Andersen Brower brings their personal stories to light and acknowledges their many and diverse contributions.

April’s Virtual Lineup

FOLLOW US! Facebook Twitter Instagram Teenspace Instagram YouTube Activities Video Book Reviews: Up close and personal book talks with some of your favorite library staff. The next best thing to coming in and getting a recommendation. Short videos are posted through Instagram Stories and Facebook Stories. Teen: Mondays  Kids: Wednesdays Adults: Fridays  Book Blurbs: Short and engaging book […]