How can you tell trustworthy web sites from those that spread disinformation or that produce satire that tacks so close to reality that it’s easy to mistake it for serious reporting?
What it takes to code and resources for finding a place to learn coding.
Overdue notices were being sent too early. That has been corrected, but the correction may make it useful to keep close track of what’s coming due.
The use of Zoom has exploded since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, but that growth in the program’s use required its designers to change how they thought of it.
Since Maxwell can’t have in person programs till at least January, Pete — our tech librarian — has started posting some tech programs as blog posts.
Hoopla is one of Maxwell’s sources for ebooks and other electronic media. This post looks at what they have available and how to use the service.
Since Maxwell won’t have in person programs till at least January, I’m going to start presenting Tech Programs as blog posts.
Today’s post is an introduction to OverDrive, one of our vendors for electronic titles.
In order to keep our printer accessible to the largest number of our patrons, we are offering a printing pick-up service.
During the time we (and all of OCPL) were closed, ProQuest had made it possible for patrons to access the Ancestry Library database from home (normally it’s only available when connecting from a library). They have now told us that…
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