Sep 18 6:00 p.m.

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Richland Library Main

Introduction to Canva

Join us for this introductory course to Canva.com, a graphic design platform that allows you to create free flyers, business cards, and more

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New in Science

In addition to titles from perennial best-sellers Carlo Rovelli (White Holes) and Neil deGrasse Tyson (To Infinity & Beyond), recent science publications include a new edition of a monumental classic,
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New in Science

Ben Wilson is a historian and the subject of much acclaim for previous books such as Metropolis. Now he has ventured into science with Urban Jungle: The History and Future of Nature in the City, an intriguing look at how hu
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Information)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Graphic Novel)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Social Issues)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Fiction)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Sci-Fi)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Biography)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Business)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (Artificial Intelligence)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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#BroaderBookshelf 2023 - Technology (History)

Check out one of these titles and fulfill the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge prompt "read a fiction or nonfiction book about technology". This list is part of the #BroaderBookshelf 2023 Reading Challenge. Find more lists here.
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New in Science

Among the latest science titles are two from award-winning authors whose books regularly appear on the nonfiction best-seller lists. Unlike most previous books on Covid-19, which have focused on the medical drama of the pandemic, David Quammen’s Breathless takes a purely scientific perspective on the struggle to understand the virus. Siddhartha Mukherjee’s
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New Business Books

Noteworthy new titles include Level Up: Rise Above the Hidden Forces Holding Your Business Back, by Georgia politician (and serial entrepreneur) Stacey Abrams and her business partner, Lara Hodgson; Dade Hayes and Dawn Chmielewski’s Binge Times: Inside Hollywood's Furious Billion-Dol
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Statista

Statista is an easy-to-use portal that integrates statistics and reports from thousands of sources on topics related to business, media, public policy, health, technology, and many others.

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New Business Books

This batch of new business books features some sharp corporate take-downs, including Peter Robison’s Flying Blind: The 737 MAX Tragedy and the Fall of Boeing and Bartow J.
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New in Science

Check out the latest in science writing from our collection. Notable titles include Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law, by best-selling author Mary Roach (dubbed "America's funniest science writer" by the WaPo) and Scientist: E. O.
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A Filmmaker's Journey

“You have to find something that you love enough to be able to take risks.” – George Lucas, Film Director.
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🌍World Environmental Health Day [September 26, 2021]🌍

Here is a list to jump-start your dive into learning more about the biosphere you live in, and the ecosystems surrounding you (and also living within you). In addition, for those that are familiar with environmental science, there are additional books to expand your knowledge while possibly making an activist out of you.
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Aspiring Female Pilots

✈️Zara Rutherford, a 19-year old Belgian pilot, may become the world's youngest female pilot to fly around the world to date. Currently the title is held by Captain Shaesta Waiz, an Afghan refugee, who completed the trip in 2017 at age 30. Rutherford mentioned a huge reason for doing this flight was to help encourage more girls/young women to go into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)✈️
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New in Science

New titles by best-selling authors Michael Pollan (This Is Your Mind on Plants), Peter Wohlleben (
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Games, Gamers, Gaming: Nonfiction Works About Games and the People Who Love Them

If you're like me, you grew up surrounded by video gaming, which led to a lifelong passion for interactive experiences. This collection of works are all about games, and the people like us who love them dearly. From narrative nonfiction about arguably the most influential game of the 1990s, to a deep dive on the culture of contemporary game design, these picks will surely satisfy any gamer (or nongamer's) curiosity.
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Richland Library Main

Famously Hotspots

From schools to libraries, community centers and more, here's a list of public Wi-Fi spots in Richland County.
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Richland Library Main

4 Reasons Why Remote Work Will Continue After Covid-19

Millions of Americans were required to work remotely in 2020 due to Covid-19. Although there has been a growing demand for decades for flexibility in how and where people work, it wasn’t until the pandemic forced the widespread use of tools like Zoom, that the public perception of virtual work with its many benefits for both employees and employers was truly understood.
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New in Science

Catch up on the latest developments in science with these fascinating new titles. Among them are books by best-selling science writers Carl Zimmer (Life’s Edge) and Elizabeth Kolbert (Under a White Sky), and by scientists such as Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek (
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LinkedIn Learning

Expand your knowledge, or explore something new through LinkedIn Learning's 16,000+ web-based courses, covering technical, business, software, and creative topics.

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Richland Library North Main

Faxing Online

Faxing can be done online or through a smart device!
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Fans of THE EXPANSE Series Should Try These

Are you a huge fan of Amazon Prime's hit SYFY series, The Expanse?! The show is based off of 9 novels plus 7 short stories and novellas written by James S A Corey (a joint pen name for the authors Ty Franck and Daniel Abraham).
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New in Science

Science writing has its own celebrities, and a few them have new books coming out. Astrophysicist Janna Levin is back with her fourth book, Black Hole Survival Guide, while famed biologist and #1 world “ant guy” Edward O. Wilson sums up a long lifetime of research and discovery with Tales from the Ant World.
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Richland Library Main

Your Privacy + The Census 

The easiest way to prevent a Census worker from knocking on your door is to fill out your Census online now. But what if you are worried about your privacy?
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Richland Library Main

I Want My MTV - That is, I Want My Mystery Television 📺 !

Stuck at home and didn't have a chance to load up on your favorite mysteries, thrillers, and crime drama TV on DVD or don't have access to streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, and the like? Then you should definitely think about giving hoopla, one of our Stream and Download services, a try! #WatchFreely
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Richland Library Main

Stuck at Home? 👀

14 things that just might get you through an extended homestay

Jul 18 3:00 p.m.

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Richland Library Sandhills

STEAM Studio

Join us for hands on solar science about the sun and our solar system!

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Computer Source

Featuring nearly 300 full-text periodicals covering topics such as computers, telecommunications, electronics and the Internet, Computer Source provides a balance of full-text technical journals an

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Print Documents From Anywhere

Upload your documents from anywhere and any device. Then, print and pick them up at any Richland Library location via our curbside service or Pick-up windows. Your first 10 pages are free.