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New Digital Resource Added!
Oxford Library is excited to now offer BookFlix! BookFlix is a digital literacy resource that pairs more than 135 animated stories from Weston Woods with a best-selling nonfiction e-book from Scholastic on a similar subject. The fiction and nonfiction pairings are designed to strengthen early literacy skills while exposing young learners to real world concepts. All you need to access BookFlix is your Oxford Library card number. If you want to take a peek at it, CLICK HERE and then enter your library card number!
New Book Podcast Page of Links added! Check out Podcasts to see some great choices for adult author interviews and read aloud stories!
We are offering new digital resources through the CT State Library to help you gain technology skills and improve your chances of landing that job! Click the picture to access the Workforce Solutions programs!
Click here to access the tutorial on how to apply for jobs using the Workforce Database!
Also, new training opportunities for CT jobs are available at CareerConnect from Gov. Lamont’s initiative. Click portal.ct.gov/careerconnect to participate and learn more!
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More Resources and Information
America’s News from Newsbank(full-text magazine, journal and newspaper articles on past and current events)
New Haven Register (1998-2021 full-text only; 2022-Present Full Image version)
Connecticut Post (1998-Present)
Oxford Gazette (2000-2009)
Waterbury Republican-American (2004-Present)
USA TODAY Collection (1987-2006 full-text only; 2007-Present Full Image version)
New York Post Collection(1999-2020 full-text only; 2021-Present Full Image version)
Digital Newspapers of CT from the CT State Library
Free Computer Courses from Techsoup-Word Basics 101
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