Coronavirus Resources

Chances are you have heard a lot about the coronavirus in conversation, on the news, and on social media. Although terms like COVID-19 and outbreak can be stressful, you can arm yourself with common hygienic practices—like thoroughly washing your hands—and accurate, up-to-date information from reliable sources.
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Celebrate Women in Science for Women’s History Month, March 2020

We honor the achievements these five women contribute to science and humanity. Their curiosity has advanced the studies of anthropology, astronomy, biology, and medicine. Diane Z. Chase, Ph.D., University of Central Florida Her anthropological and archaeological research, reconstructing ancient Maya civilization with fieldwork and technology, illuminates relationships of these people and their environment. Dr. Chase's…
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You’re Number One in Our Book, Let’s Celebrate Library Love!

Valentine’s Day is filled with candy hearts, chocolates, flower bouquets – and ah, library love! Our “We Love our Libraries” civility campaign, which aims to ensure our libraries are accessible and inviting for all, will have a special Valentine’s Day theme this week. Join us in celebrating Valentine’s Day and show off your library love…
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5 Big Happenings in 2020

Buckle up—2020 is a big year! Besides being the first year of the new 2020s decade, 2020 is a leap year full of many major events happening worldwide and in the United States. 5.) Census Every 10 years the federal government is required to count everyone living in the United States. This 2020, Census Day…
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