Literacy

Upcoming Program: How to Find Health Information

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Join us on Tuesday, February 3, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Martin Regional Library for an informative program on how to find reliable health information on the internet. The program will be presented by Melissa Kash-Holley, Librarian for Reference, Instruction and Access Services, at the OSU-Tulsa Medical Library.

Call 918-549-7400 to reserve your spot or if you have questions; space is limited.

 

Checking Out the News on Newsela

Looking for a place to read the news online? Check out Newsela. It's a free service (with a premium option) that allows you to read the news on your level. 5 different options are available for reading levels, which means you can make sure you understand what's going on in the world today.

Checking Out the News on Newsela

Looking for a place to read the news online? Check out Newsela. It's a free service (with a premium option) that allows you to read the news on your level. 5 different options are available for reading levels, which means you can make sure you understand what's going on in the world today.

What is Dyslexia? (Video)

What is dyslexia? This video can answer some of your questions:

For more information, check out the entire lesson here.

Career Help with JobNow

Are you looking for a new job this new year? We can help! Head over to our online resource "JobNow!" We offer career advice, resume help, GED prep, and interview coaching. Live lessons are conducted in English AND Spanish. To get started, grab your library card and go to: http://www.tulsalibrary.org/jobhelp

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