The library now has a rotating collection of our Launchpad: Pre-Loaded Learning Tablet. Five different titles are available for use in the library or to checkout for learning fun at home.
 
Available titles:
“Emotions of Mine!” Life Skills Ages 3+
“Follow Your Tail” Imagine Your Story: Summer Reading Ages 3+
“Chugga Chugga Word Track” English Language Arts Ages 3-5
Pre-K to K
“Five Little Monkeys: Funny Business” English Language Arts Ages 3-5 Pre-K to K
“Born to Learn!” School Preview & Prep Ages 5+
 
Check one out today!!!

NYS Dept. of Public Service Online Broadband Service Survey

The Comprehensive Broadband Connectivity Act requires the PSC (Public Service Commission) to study the availability, reliability, and cost of high-speed internet and broadband services in New York state. FCC will use data collected from consumers to form the basis of the broadband map and report.

For full details and to complete the survey visit www.empirestatebroadband.com.

 

Enjoy complimentary access to NYTimes.com

Compliments of the James Prendergast Library Association.

New York Times free access

Inside the library:

Click HERE to access the New York Times.

You will need to log in to your account. If you do not have an New York Times account, you will need to create an account using your email address.*

Remote access:

Click HERE to activate your remote access code.

Click “Redeem” to activate a 72-hour pass for remote access. Once this pass expires, you can activate another code.

You will need to log in to your account. If you do not have an account with the New York Times, you will need to register with your email address.

*Keep in mind that registering an email address will sign you up for promotional email from the New York Times. You can opt out of these emails when registering.

The NYLA Voice Has a New Columnist!!!

Congratulations to our Library Branch Manager, Beth Hadley and her new column in The NYLA Voice, a publication of the New York Library Association. Her column “Creative Community Corner” will explore ways to cultivate creativity, community, and connections. Beyond connecting people with materials, it will consider how to forge connections between people and their community, people and their creativity, people and other people. With a focus on collaboration and the philosophy that great things can happen when nobody cares who gets the credit, this column intends to provide inspiration and encouragement to cultivate imagination and develop a creative community.

Be sure to check it out. And again, Congrats to Beth!

The NYLA Voice December 2020 Issue

Leaving Our Fingerprints

CCLS is working with Southern Adirondack Library System (SALS) to capture stories which will help tell our history. SALS started and is hosting “Leaving Our Fingerprints”  digital collection.   People are encourage to fill out a survey about their experience through a 20 question survey.  Everyone has a chance to upload 5 videos or photos as well and not all questions have to be answered.

Link for Survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZCKZP6G