Whether you are heading back to school online or in a homeschool setting, it is time to move beyond the famous figures shared in conventional history textbooks. One great way to learn about innovative people is to explore a stack of picture book biographies.
With schools closed right now, it’s important to know that the library has many resources to help with online learning. Students can explore our expanded World Book Online collection. We … Continued
Browse all of the Gale research products available from our library including Primary Sources, the In Context series, and subject specific resources.
School has started and that means homework! With a library card, students can access digital collections and databases to help with doing research and much more.
This book is equal parts history, personal narrative and self-discovery, philosophy and critique on the current state of events in our country.
Pennsylvania Online World of Electronic Resources provides libraries statewide access to over 20 unique databases for library users of all ages. Academic Search Main Edition AP Newsroom Auto Repair Source Black … Continued
Did you know the Warhol Museum has FREE ADMISSION through August? Did you also know it’s the largest collection of Warhol art and archives, and it’s the largest museum devoted to a single artist in North America? See for yourself why our homegrown hedonist, who was born 95 years ago this month, inspired and inspires such strong emotions.
Disinformation, often know colloquially as “fake news,” has been around for over a century, but the contemporary moment is unique due to the rise of digital technologies and social media. … Continued
As a passionate pursuer of historical gems and research opportunities, I’ve always found interest in the treasure trove of knowledge that lies within the correspondences of the past. So, when … Continued
Juneteenth, declared a federal holiday in 2021, has long been celebrated by African American communities. Why June 19th? Juneteenth celebrates the day (June 19, 1865) that General Gordon Granger arrived … Continued