Library 101 Basics and Tour Thursday, Feb. 21th @ 9:30 am, White Mountain Library
Posted on February 16, 2013 by Brittany Wells
Find out how to use the library by attending “Library 101 Basics and Tour” at the White Mountain Library on Thursday, February 21 at 9:30 a.m. Learn what is going on at the library, what is the Dewey system, and what happened to the card catalog. Patrons will even learn why there are some books cataloged with numbers and some with letters.
This class is perfect for those who are just starting a college degree or those who have just retired and want to utilize the library. The library is a free resource in Sweetwater County that offers their patrons more than most can imagine. Library staff encourages the public to consume as much information as possible and to take advantage of all the insightful programs offered by the system.
The modern day library is more than just books. Patrons can access academic research, manuals on vehicle repair, genealogy databases, rent DVDs and CDs just to name a few. By attending “Library 101 Basics and Tour”, the public will learn how to access print and non-print library materials tailored to their specific interests.
The programs available for children, teens, and adults are in the hundreds per year. Many people say they cannot find a thing to do in Sweetwater County. Well they will not say that after attending this program. Wyoming has many hidden treasures and the library is one of them. Do not waste one more minute not getting the full use of this comprehensive community resource.
Keep in mind to please bring any ideas for potential programs or workshops that you think the library should offer to the community.
“Library 101 Basics and Tour” is sponsored by the Sweetwater County Library System. To learn more about this program and other library sponsored programs and services visit any Sweetwater County Library System location, visit the Library System on-line at www.sweetwaterlibraries.com, or at Facebook at facebook.com/sweetlibraries.