This year on August 21, a solar eclipse will make its way across Wyoming, for the first time since 1918. Astronomers, eclipse enthusiasts, and travelers from around the world are making their plans to join the many Wyomingites who will dawn their eclipse glasses and gaze at the sky.
The Wyoming State Library can help you prepare. Join our free webinar tomorrow, July 20, at 11:15 a.m. MDT and “Get Ready for the Eclipse!” with GoWYLD.net. Chris Van Burgh, WSL Database Instruction Librarian, will take you on a tour of some great resources where you can learn more about the eclipse and find activities, images, and video.
In this session, WSL Database Instruction Librarian Chris Van Burgh will take you through two great new additions to Learning Express Library. In Job & Career Accelerator, you can search for jobs or internships, try out the Career Match and Explore Occupations tools, and build up your resume. In the Computer Skills Center, brush up on Microsoft PowerPoint or learn Adobe Illustrator, and find out more about your computer operating system. It’s one of the many resources available in GoWYLD.net.
Join Wyoming State Library Database Instruction Librarian Chris Van Burgh at 11:15 a.m. MDT on Tuesday, June 13 to take a tour. Explore occupations, search for jobs or internships, try out Career Match, and build up your resume. In the Computer Skills Center, brush up on Microsoft PowerPoint, learn Adobe Illustrator, find out more about your computer operating system, and more. Learning Express is one of the many GoWYLD.net online resources free to any Wyoming resident.
The 2017 Collaborative Summer Library Program theme is “Building a better world.” In this session, Chris explores resources available to you in GoWYLD using the theme, but translating it in different ways such as architecture, community, leadership, and culture.
Are you struggling with Kafka? Want to know more about Catcher in the Rye? Interested in hearing Robert Bly read his poetry? Come check out ProQuest Learning: Literature. A great source for finding authors, criticism, study guides, multimedia and more. It is designed for K-12 students, but most everyone will find it useful.
Here are some of our downloadable promotional handouts that supplement this webinar.