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.
Do you have a skill you want to learn? Well now, it will be easier for Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped patrons to learn with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, no matter where they reside in our Pennsylvania. The library offers resources for learning many types of skills. One that I want to feature […]
If you ever had to do a research paper or senior project in high school, you most likely came in contact with the Opposing Viewpoints series for researching those sometimes hot button topics. Each book presented reasons and facts for both sides of an issue, such as the death penalty and gun control, to give […]
Information literacy is becoming an increasingly important topic among students immersed in the digital age. While information becomes more widely available online, it has become increasingly difficult to not only find the right information but also accurate information, especially for school work. The research process and locating credible information sources are becoming pivotal components of […]