Librarians Amia Wheatley and John Piche discuss Heights Libraries’ ongoing 1619 Project Discussion Group.
Community Engagement Associate Isabelle Rew walks you through Heights Libraries’ new guidelines for computer use and browsing collections at the library.
Adult Services Librarian John Piche discusses the presence of pandemics, contagions, and plagues in literature. Heights Libraries cardholders can access these titles and more using our digital collections at https://heightslibrary.org/services/digital-collection/.
Technology Trainer Alyse Giannotti discusses some best practices for how to spot fake news in the media.
Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson introduces the subject of her March Graphic Novel Discussion Group: Strong Female Protagonist by Molly Ostertag.
Special Projects Manager Maggie Kinney describes Heights Libraries’ spring programming theme, Create and Connect: Heights Has HeART
Adult Services Librarian John Piche introduces this year’s One Community Reads initiative.
Children’s Librarian Mary Looby describes the upcoming Children’s African American Read-In at Noble, and introduces some of the award-winning children’s books she’ll be giving away at the event.
Adult Services Associate James Rogers talks about his February 3 discussion of Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow, by Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Youth Services Associate Shamekia Chandler talks about the the library’s upcoming Black History Month Cooking series for children and teens.