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The United States has a lower credit rating, but what does that mean? Print Email

Have you heard all the talk in the news about national credit ratings and debt ceilings? What does it all mean?

Copyright Page? Print Email

Ever wondered what all the gobbly-gook on the copyright page of a book actually means? Scholastic has a cool new blog post with all (well, some) of the answers. Check it out by clicking here! The best part? The comments people are posting! Apparently the copyright page is pretty happening...

What is the NEH? Print Email

Lately I’ve been gushing about the Library of Congress so I’m going to give them a little break and move on the National Endowment for the Humanities. They’re doing very cool work and their website is full of fun links, including this one. I personally like the “Top Lines” list. What’s your favorite line from a novel? Mine would have to be from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince: "And now Harry, let us step out into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure."

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WCLS library visitors can now "Like" or "Tweet" articles from WCLS.org to their Facebook© and Twitter© pages.

planning-a-trip It's easy, just find your favorite article or list on wcls.org and select the "Like" or "Twitter" buttons at the top of the page under the title.

You'll be prompted to login to your Facebook or Twitter account and share the article or list with your friends!

Master Popular Computer Software Print Email

Do you want to master the most popular computer applications? The computer skills tutorials on LearningExpress Library provide more than 50 easy-to-use courses to help you improve your computer skills. popular-software-tutorials

Most popular software programs: Microsoft ExcelAdobe AcrobatMicrosoft Word • Microsoft Access • Microsoft PowerPoint • Internet Explorer • Microsoft Outlook and more!  Courses are web-based and completely interactive accessible at the library or from your home computer with your library card.

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