Teresa Kay in Concert at the South Sioux City Public Library

Teresa Kay in Concert at the South Sioux City Public Library

Celebrate summer at the South Sioux City Public Library.

Hats History and the Music June 20th: Teresa Kay Orr will be at the library on Monday night June 20th, at 6:30 p.m. for her new concert program Hats, History and the Music. Teresa Kay is a popular entertainer who will bring another great program to the library. You don’t want to miss it.

Some of the other activities available this week are:

Adult Coloring: Stop by for a time of relaxing adult coloring in Friday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tangled Yarns needlework group is held on each Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m.

Tech Monday:  Bring your technology questions to the library on Monday June 20th at 6:30 p.m. and we will help you to find answers.

Legal Information Center:  Learn to find full text consumer legal information plus legal forms from all states at our class of our Legal Information Center on Monday, June 20th at 7:00 p.m.

E-Book Reader class is held on Tuesday June 21st at 5:00 p.m. and repeated on Thursday June 23rd at 2:00 p.m.  In this class you will learn to search for and download books from Nebraska Overdrive Libraries.

Microsoft Publisher:  On Thursday June 23rd at 3:00 p.m. you will have an opportunity to learn Microsoft Publisher.  It is a basic course covering the types of documents that can be created, how to modify templates and how to insert text and images, how to use and modify Microsoft Publisher templates, and how to create a variety of documents using Microsoft Publisher.

Writing for Nebraska 150:  Dakota County:  In commemoration of Nebraska’s 150th Anniversary, the Write for Your Life Writer’s Group and the South Sioux City Public Library is putting together a book of remembrances, of yesterday and today.  We are looking for stories that Dakota County residents want to share with our children and our children’s children.

Some of the topics that one could cover are:  local sports and recreation. local businesses past and present,  important national events that intersected with local history such as war efforts/ local heroes from Dakota County, life during the Great Depression, 9/11 remembrances and local responses, weather events that changed our lives blizzards (1949, 1975), floods (1952, 2011), or origin stories of how our families came to Dakota County.  We live in a wonderful community.  We want to preserve our stories for generations to come.

Reading the Nebraska 150:  Humanities Nebraska, the Nebraska Literary Heritage Association, the Nebraska Library Commission, and the Nebraska State Historical Society have come together to celebrate Nebraska’s 150th birthday.  The following are some selections from the list.

From Society Page to Front Page: Nebraska women in journalism by Eileen M. Wirth are the story of Ms. Wirth, who didn’t set out to be a groundbreaking journalist, but she was.  Her years as one of the first women reporters for the Omaha World Herald give her a unique perspective to chronicle the history of journalism in this volume.

Seasons on the Tallgrass Prairie:  a Nebraska Year by Paul A. Johnsgard collects the author’s musings on Nebraska’s natural history and the issues of conservation facing our future.

Nebraska’s Post Office Murals:  Born of the Depression, Fostered by the New Deal by L. Robert Puschendorf catalogues the twelve post offices that received Depression era murals as part of the New Deal.

Currently Available at the Library:  The following are bestselling titles available at the library.

All Summer Long by Dorthea Benton Frank is a story of a southern gentleman who is moving back south to pursue a slower more peaceful life, and his talented wife who is not so sure that she is ready to make the change.  During the process of downsizing they get glimpses into other people’s lives that will amuse, shock, and transform them.

The Nightingale by Kristen Hannah:  “Viann and Isabelle have always been close despite their differences. Younger, bolder sister Isabelle lives in Paris while Viann lives a quiet and content life in the French countryside with her husband Antoine and their daughter. When World War II strikes and Antoine is sent off to fight, Viann and Isabelle’s father sends Isabelle to help her older sister cope. As the war progresses, it’s not only the sisters’ relationship that is tested, but also their strength and their individual senses of right and wrong. With life as they know it changing in unbelievably horrific ways, Viann and Isabelle will find themselves facing frightening situations and responding in ways they never thought possible as bravery and resistance take different forms in each of their actions”- from the publisher.

Have a great week and read good books.

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Property Valuation Protest Forms

Due to questions we have received at the library, we are adding the following links to our library home page.

Property Tax Valuation Protest Form

Cover Letter

Explanation of Property Valuation Protest 

You may pick up forms at the library as well.

This Week at South Sioux City Public Library

Cover to Cover Book Club:  On Monday June 13th, at 3:00 p.m. we will discuss the second half of Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson.  In this book Major Ernest Pettigrew (retired) leads a quiet life in the village of St. Mary, England, until his brother’s death sparks an unexpected friendship with Mrs. Jasmina Ali, the Pakistani shopkeeper from the village.

Club 745.5 (Crafts):  Never let a used milk jug go to waste again.  In this class you’ll learn how to turn a used one into very handy planters for growing plants indoors. Learn how on Thursday, June 16th at 6:30 p.m., and repeated on Friday, June 17th at 10:30 a.m.

Tangled Yarns needlework group is held on each Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m.

Adult Coloring:  Stop by for a time of relaxing adult coloring in Friday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tech Monday/ Tuesday:  If you have technology questions our librarians will help you find the answers on Monday night, June 13th at 6:00 p.m. and on Tuesday, June 14th at 10:00 a.m.

Find Great Reading on Masterfile:  Learn to search popular magazines, journals, and other sources for info on a variety of topics on Monday, June 13th, at 7:00 p.m.

Microsoft Excel:  Trying to make a spreadsheet?  Need a little starting guidance?  We can help. We will teach all about the worksheets in Excel, how to move around the worksheet, all about the cells in the worksheet (cut copy paste) inserting rows/columns, and saving all your hard work.  In addition to this you will discover that Excel has a way to input math calculations right on your worksheet? There are ways to edit the cells in the worksheet such as alignments, borders, font changes, background, etc.  Finally, if you need to insert a chart into an Excel worksheet, this class will teach you how. We will also talk about page breaks and printing your document.  This class is held on Tuesday, June 14th, at 1:00 p.m.

E-book Reader:  In this class you will learn how to download e-books using the Overdrive app on Tuesday, June 14th, at 5:00 p.m. and it is repeated on Thursday, June 16th, at 2:00 p.m.

Microsoft Word:  We want you to become familiar with Microsoft Word 2007, so to begin we will start with basic terminology, how to accomplish everyday tasks such as creating a new document, saving a document, spell checking, change text and printing.  We will also discuss the ruler, indents & tabs, insert/overtype, cut and paste, using the clipboard, and paragraph styles.  This class is held on Wednesday, June 15th, at 6:00 p.m.

Facebook class is held on Thursday, June 16th, at 3:00 p.m.  This class will help you get up to speed on how to create, use and maintain a Facebook page of your own and understanding the privacy policies and settings.

Twitter class is held on Thursday, June 16th, at 4:00 p.m.  This is an introduction to signing-up, creating a profile and using the service to find friends and/ or use Twitter for a news source. Patrons will have the opportunity to have two Twitter friends by the end of the class.

Hats History and the Music June 20th:  Teresa Kay Orr will be at the library on Monday night June 20th, at 6:30 p.m. for her new concert program Hats, History and the Music.  Teresa Kay is a popular local entertainer who will bring another great program to the library.  You don’t want to miss it.

Cardinal Festival Silent Auction:  Seven wood carvings on display at the library are up for silent auction to help raise funds for the annual Cardinal Festival expenses.  Bids will increase in $5.00 minimum increments.  Bidding began on May 25th.  View the carvings online at http://www.southsiouxcity.org/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item;id=3421.  Send your name, phone number, bid item number, and bid amount to dwmixdorf@southsiouxcity.org.

Writing for Nebraska 150:  Dakota County:  In commemoration of Nebraska’s 150th Anniversary, the Write for Your Life Writer’s Group and the South Sioux City Public Library is putting together a book of remembrances, of yesterday and today.  We are looking for stories that Dakota County residents want to share with our children and our children’s children.

Some of the topics that one could cover are:  local sports and recreation. local businesses past and present,  important national events that intersected with local history such as war efforts/ local heroes from Dakota County, life during the Great Depression, 9/11 remembrances and local responses, weather events that changed our lives blizzards (1949, 1975), floods (1952, 2011), or origin stories of how our families came to Dakota County.  We live in a wonderful community.  We want to preserve our stories for generations to come.

Reading the Nebraska 150:  The following are some book recommendations from Nebraska’s 150 books.

In Dating Dead Men by Harley Jane Kozak, Wollie Shelley is a greeting card artist and small business owner, is dating forty men in sixty days as a participant in a social science research project when she stumbles over a dead body. Wollie decides to investigate the murder because she is afraid her paranoid schizophrenic brother may be involved.

The Meaning of Names by Karen Gettert Shoemaker “Set in 1918 in the farm country at the heart of America, The Meaning of Names is the story of an ordinary woman trying to raise a family during extraordinary times. Estranged from her parents because she married against their will, confronted with violence and prejudice against her people, and caught up in the midst of the worst plague the world has ever seen, Gerda Vogel, an American of German descent, must find the strength to keep her family safe from the effects of a war that threatened to consume the whole world. The Meaning of Names re-creates a world gone by that speaks eloquently to modern day issues” — Provided by publisher.  This is also our One Book One Nebraska selection.

Have a great week and read great books.

 

 

Cardinal Festival Silent Auction at the South Sioux City Public Library

This is the weekly column that we publish at the South Sioux City Public Library.

Cardinal Festival Silent Auction at the South Sioux City Public Library

Cardinal Festival Silent Auction:  Seven wood carvings on display at the library are up for silent auction to help raise funds for the annual Cardinal Festival expenses.  Bids will increase in $5.00 minimum increments.  Bidding began on May 25th.  View the carvings online at http://www.southsiouxcity.org/egov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item;id=3421.  Send your name, phone number, bid item number, and bid amount to dwmixdorf@southsiouxcity.org.

Writing for Nebraska 150:  Dakota County:  In commemoration of Nebraska’s 150th Anniversary, the Write for Your Life Writer’s Group and the South Sioux City Public Library is putting together a book of remembrances, of yesterday and today.  We are looking for stories that Dakota County residents want to share with our children and our children’s children.

Some of the topics that one could cover are:  local sports and recreation. local businesses past and present,  important national events that intersected with local history such as war efforts/ loval heroes from Dakota County, life during the Great Depression, 9/11 remembrances and local responses, weather events that changed our lives blizzards (1949, 1975), floods (1952, 2011), or origin stories of how our families came to Dakota County.  We live in a wonderful community.  We want to preserve our stories for generations to come.

Tech Monday/ Tuesday bring your technology questions to this class and we will help you to find the answers on Monday at 6:00 p.m. and Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.

Freegal Music allows music lovers to download three songs per week and stream three hours of music per day.  This class teaches you how to do this on Monday June 6th at 7:00 p.m.

E-book Reader class teaches participants to download and read e-books from Overdrive on Tuesday, June 7th at 5:00 p.m.

Microsoft Word Microsoft Word 1: We want you to become familiar with Microsoft Word 2007, so to begin we will start with basic terminology, how to accomplish everyday tasks such as creating a new document, saving a document, spell checking, change text and printing.  We will also discuss the ruler, indents & tabs, insert/overtype, cut and paste, using the clipboard, and paragraph styles.

Goodge Drive This class will give learners an opportunity to learn how to create word processing documents, spreadsheets and presentations in the cloud and share them with friends on Thursday June 9th at 3:00 p.m.

Learn Your Library Webpage This is a broad overview of information and services available on the library webpage. The focus is on using the online catalog.

Adult Coloring:  Stop by for a time of relaxing adult coloring in Friday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Tangled Yarns needlework group is held on each Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m.

Hats History and the Music June 20th:  Teresa Kay Orr will be at the library on Monday night June 20th, at 6:30 p.m. for her new concert program Hats, History and the Music.  Teresa Kay is a popular local entertainer who will bring another great program to the library.  You don’t want to miss it.

Reading Nebraska 150:  In honor of Nebraska’s 150 years of statehood scholars have selected 150 books that represent the life and history of the state.  The following are some selections that are available at the library.

The death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: and other true stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge border towns by Stew Magnuson, is a “nonfiction account of the Oglala of Pine Ridge, South Dakota, and the white settler towns of Sheridan County, Nebraska. Explores the repercussions of Raymond Yellow Thunder’s death at the hands of four white men in 1972 and the struggle of American Indian Movement Nebraska Coordinator Bob Yellow Bird Steele”–Provided by publisher.

More than Winning: The Story of Tom Osborne by Tom Osborne with John E. Roberts is the story of one of Nebraska’s most beloved coaches.

Middle of Everywhere: The World’s Refugees Come to Our Town by Mary Pipher tells the stories of the struggle to assimilate for refugees that were moved to Lincoln.

Nebraska’s post office murals: born of the Depression, fostered by the New Deal by L. Robert Puchendorf of the Nebraska Historical Society As a part of the New Deal that offered hope during the Great Depression, scores of public art projects were commissioned around the country. Now they are among the most enduring visual legacies of that era.

“I Am a Man”: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey for Justice by Joe Starita chronicles the efforts of the Ponca Native American chief to reclaim his tribe’s lands and rights after being forcibly removed from their Nebraska home in 1877, an effort that brought into question fundamental issues about citizenship, constitutional protections and democracy.

Have a great week and read good books.

Reading the Nebraska 150: Books available at the South Sioux City Public Library

Strange Angels by Jonis Agee (FIC AGE)

A Lantern in Her Hand by Bess Streeter Aldrich (FIC ALD)

My Antonia by Willa Cather (FIC CAT)

O, Pioneers by Willa Cather (FIC CAT)

One of Ours by Willa Cather (FIC CAT)

The Patient in Room 18 by Mignon Eberhart (LPFIC EBE)

Nebraska Stories by Ron Hansen (FIC HAN)

A Perfect Evil by Alex Kava (FIC KAV)

Dating Dead Men by Harley Jane Kozak (FIC KOZ)

Goodnight, Nebraska by Tom McNeal (FIC MCN)

Winter Thunder by Mari Sandoz (FIC SAN)

The Meaning of Names:  a Novel by Karen Gettert Shoemaker (FIC SHO)

Bohemian Girl by Terese Svoboda (FIC SVO)

Sixteen Brides by Stephanie Grace Whitson (FIC WHI)

From Society Page to Front Page:  Nebraska Women in Journalism by Eileen M. Wirth (070.4 WIR)

The Middle of Everywhere:  the World’s Refugees Come to our Town  by Mary Bray Pipher (305.9 PIP)

In Cold Storage: Sex and Murder on the Plains by James W. Hewitt (364.152 HEW)

Historic Railroads of Nebraska by Michael M. Bartels (385 BAR)

Nebraska Folklore by Louise Pound (398 POU)

Seasons of the Small Grass Prairie:  a Nebraska Year by Paul A. Johnsgaard (577.4 JOH)

No Time on My Hands by Grace Snyder (746.97 SNY)

Nebraska’s Post Office Murals:  Born of the Depression, Fostered by the New Deal by L. Robert Puschendorf (751.73 PUS)

Light on the Prairie:  Solomon D. Butcher, Photographer of Nebraska’s Pioneer Days by Nancy Plain (NEBR 770.92 PLA)

Backstage:  Stories from my life in Public Television by Ron Hull (791.43 HUL)

Potato Soup by Twyla Hansen (811 HAN)

Delights and Shadows: poems by Ted Kooser (811 KOO)

A Cycle in the West by John G. Neihardt (811 NEI)

In Reach by Pamela Carter Joern (813 JOE)

Tell Me a Riddle, Requa I, and other Stories by Tillie Olsen (813 OLS)

A Different Plain:  Contemporary Nebraska Fiction Writers by Ladette Randolph (NEBR 813.008 DIF)

Being Home

The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition by Gary Moulton (917.804 MOU)

Nebraska Place Names:  Including Selections from the Origin of Place Names of Nebraska by Lillian Linder Fitzpatrick (NEBR 917.82 FIT)

Black Elk Speaks:  Being the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Sioux by John G. Neihardt (970.2 NEI)

The Children’s Blizzard by David Laskin (977 LAS)

The Uses of Plants by the Indians of the Missouri River Region by Melvin R. Gilmore (978 GIL)

The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder:  and other true stories From the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns by Stew Magnuson (978.004 MAG)

Cheyenne Autumn by Mari Sandoz (978.004 SAN)

I Am a Man:  Chief Standing Bear’s Journey to Justice by Joe Starita (978.004 STA)

A Dirty, Wicked Town:  Tales of 19th Century Omaha by David L. Bristow (978.2 BRI)

Fort Robinson and the American West, 1874-1899 by Thomas R. Beucker (978.2 BUE)

Mari Sandoz’s Native Nebraska:  the Plains Indian Country by LaVerne Harrell Clark (978.2 CLA)

Once Upon a Town by Bob Greene (978.2 GRE)

Nebraska Moments:  Glimpses of the Past by Donald R. Hickey (NEBR 978.2 HIC)

Local Wonders:  Seasons in the Bohemian Alps by Ted Kooser (978.2 KOO)

Nebraska:  an Illustrated History by Frederick C. Luebke (NEBR 978.2 LUE)

The Great Platte River Road:  The Covered Wagon Mainline via Fort Kearney to Fort Laramie by Merrill J. Mattes (978.2 MAT)

Nebraska:  Under the Big Red Sky by Joel Sartore (978.2 SAR)

It’s Not the End of the Earth, but You Can See it From Here:  Tales of the Great Plains by Roger Welsch (978.2 WEL)

An Unspeakable Sadness:  the Dispossession of the Nebraska Indians by David J. Wishart (978.2 WIS)

Buffett:  The Making of an American Capitalist by Roger Lowenstein (BIO BUF)

When I Was a Young Man by Bob Kerrey (BIO KER)

This Death by Drowning by William Kloefkorn (BIO KLO)

The Autobiography of Malcolm X by Alex Haley (MAL)

More Than Winning by Tom Osborne (BIO OSB)

Old Jules by Mari Sandoz (BIO SAN)

The Red Umbrella by Christina Diaz Gonzalez (YA FIC GON)

Far, Far Away by Tom McNeal (YA FIC MCN)

Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell (YA FIC ROW)

Dandelions by Eve Bunting (JFIC BUN)

Room One:  a Mystery or Two by Andrew Clements (JFIC CLE)

Worth by A. Lafaye (JFIC LAF)

Savvy by Ingrid Law (JFIC LAW)

Night of the Twisters by Ivy Ruckman (JFIC RUC)

Simpson’s Sheep Won’t Go to Sleep by Brace Arant (E ARA Bedtime)

C Is for Cornhusker:  a Nebraska Alphabet by Rajean Leubes Sheppard (E SHE Concepts)

The Gift of the Sacred Dog by Paul Goble (E GOB Cultural)

Bag in the Wind by Ted Kooser (E KOO Environment)

Summer Reading Program at the South Sioux City Public Library

On Your Mark, Get Set, Read: 2016 Summer Reading Program. Readers of all ages will explore all things sports and fitness this summer as the South Sioux City Public Library presents “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” during their summer library program. Activities may include group games, physical challenges, art projects, and more.
The 2016 Summer Reading Program is open to young people, preschool through young adult, with programs, prize drawings, story times, and more. Families are invited to join the program. Registration for “On Your Mark, Get Set, Read” begins June 1. For more information, call the library at 402-494-7545 or email Odessa at omeyer@southsiouxcity.org .
All programs are free of charge.
Book Sale: Our monthly book sale will be held on Saturday, May, 28th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Memorial Day: The library will close on Saturday May 28th at 5:00 p.m. and will reopen on Tuesday May 31st at 9:00 p.m. Have a safe and happy holiday.
Tangled Yarns needlework group will meet on Tuesday May 31st at 6:30 p.m.
Advisory Board Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 1st at 5:30 p.m.
Adult Coloring: Stop by for a time of relaxing adult coloring in Friday afternoons from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Hats History and the Music June 20th: Teresa Kay Orr will be at the library on Monday night June 20th, at 6:30 p.m. for her new concert program Hats, History and the Music. Teresa Kay is a popular local entertainer who will bring another great program to the library. You don’t want to miss it.
Summer Reads: Summer is a great time to catch up on ones reading. The following are some of our summer reading recommendations.
Fool Me Once by Harlan Coben. In this novel “Former special ops pilot Maya, home from the war, sees an unthinkable image captured by her nanny cam while she is at work: her two-year-old daughter playing with Maya’s husband, Joe–who had been brutally murdered two weeks earlier. The provocative question at the heart of the mystery: Can you believe everything you see with your own eyes, even when you desperately want to? To find the answer, Maya must finally come to terms with deep secrets and deceit in her own past before she can face the unbelievable truth about her husband–and herself.”– Provided by publisher.
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes is scheduled to be a summer movie. Read the book before you see the movie. In this novel, “taking a job as an assistant to extreme sports enthusiast Will, who is wheelchair bound after a motorcycle accident, Louisa struggles with her employer’s acerbic moods and learns of his shocking plans before demonstrating to him that life is still worth living,”- from the catalog description.
The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up: the Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing by Marie Kondo. “This best-selling guide to decluttering your home from Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes readers step-by-step through her revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing,”- from the catalog record.
Celebrating Nebraska’s 150 March 1, 2017 will be the 150th anniversary of Nebraska’s statehood. As part of the celebration the library is highlighting some of the 150 books that reflect the history and development of the state. The following are a few of the Nebraska 150 list available at the library.
My Antonia by Willa Cather is a story in which a successful lawyer remembers his boyhood in Nebraska and his friendship with an immigrant Bohemian girl named Antonia.
I Am a Man: Chief Standing Bear’s Journey to Justice by Joe Starita chronicles the efforts of the Ponca Native American chief to reclaim his tribe’s lands and rights after being forcibly removed from their Nebraska home in 1877, an effort that brought into question fundamental issues about citizenship, constitutional protections and democracy.
Seasons of the Tall Grass Prairie: a Nebraska Year by Paul A. Johnsgard “collects his musings on Nebraska’s natural history and the issues of conservation facing our future. Johnsgard crafts essays featuring snow geese, owls, hummingbirds, and other creatures against the backdrop of Great Plains landscapes. He describes prairie chickens courting during predawn hours and the calls of Sandhill cranes; he evokes the magic of lying upon the prairie, hearing only the sounds of insects and the wind through the grasses. From reflections following a visit to a Pawnee sacred site to meditations on the perils facing the state’s finite natural resources, Seasons of the Tallgrass Prairie celebrates the gifts of a half century spent roaming Nebraska’s back roads, trails, and sometimes-forgotten places.”– Provided by publisher.
So many books make for a great summer of reading.

Job & Career Accelerator Upgrade Notice

We are excited to announce that Job & Career Accelerator™, the award-winning job search and career exploration platform from LearningExpress, is now better than ever with the newest available version 5.0.

All Job & Career Accelerator 4.0 customers will automatically be upgraded to the new version in late June. In the upcoming week(s) you will receive email reminders with the specific migration date and time. There is nothing that needs to be changed or implemented on your part for your organization’s subscription. Here’s a look at the migration details:

How will migration work?

  • Current version 4.0 customers will be migrated seamlessly to version 5.0.
  • Users’ saved work from version 4.0 will be migrated to the version 5.0 “My Career Dashboard.” This includes saved interest profile matches (occupation matches), occupation cards, resumes, letters, and job searches.
  • “Create a task” functionality has been discontinued so saved 4.0 tasks will not be migrated.
  • Users of both JCA 4.0 and another LearningExpress platform (LearningExpress Library, PrepSTEP) can continue to access their non-JCA saved work through “My Center.”
  • Job & Career Accelerator 5.0 now appears in the LearningExpress platform, with the same look and feel as LearningExpress Library, providing easier access through a Job & Career Accelerator center.

What will be different in version 5.0 from version 4.0?

  • New home page with a sleek new design – displays all categories so that users can easily see the content areas available in the platform
  • Easier navigation – uses the same LearningExpress platform format of Centers, Categories, and Subcategories, which enables users to navigate seamlessly between each of these sections and access the resources quickly and easily
  • New and expanded guidance pages
  • New resource: career articles
  • New tool: skills assessment
  • Improved resume and letter builders
  • Additional sample resumes including entry-level positions
  • Responsively designed for easy access through mobile devices

We are dedicated to providing your users with the best online learning resources available and are pleased to provide your organization with this new version. An upgrade announcement will appear in the Job & Career Accelerator product so that users receive notice of this upgrade. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please contact Customer Support at support@ebsco.com.