Computers are provided to enhance the mission of the Chelmsford Public Library. This policy sets out appropriate use of the Library public computers in order to ensure the maximum library-related use of limited numbers of public computers, to prevent damage to library computing resources, and to provide guidelines for use. Rights and Responsibilities: Computers and … Continue reading 2.8 Computer Use Policy
A common thread in many cookbooks both old and new is the promise of a made-from-scratch, quick and easy complete meal. Our Bibliobites group has certainly covered this territory; earlier this year we test-drove Mark Bittman’s How to Cook Everything Fast and further back, we checked out the Fix It and Forget It New Cookbook … Continue reading Bibliobites in October: Between the Sheets
Chelmsford Public Library is committed to making library services accessible for all our users. Main Library Handicapped Access The Main Library is fully handicapped-accessible. This includes access to all areas of the building, and all collections and resources. MacKay Library Handicapped Access The MacKay Branch is wheelchair-accessible to the first floor. This includes the following … Continue reading Accessibility
Non-profit organizations or their representatives may supply free flyers or literature on topics of educational, cultural, civic, social and recreational interest for display and distribution in areas of the Library reserved for this purpose. Due to space, safety and security considerations the library can only accept printed materials for display. Organizations may not set up … Continue reading 2.13 Publicity in Library Facilities
The curse and the blessing of memory is just that: sometimes we remember things we’d rather forget, and we forget things we’d rather remember. This paradox makes the memoir format an imperfect one, yet it can give us a completely clear picture of someone at a particular point in their lives, or in a particular … Continue reading Bibliobites in January: Stirring the Plots, Part 1
Homework Help Databases Other Suggested Resources High School Ace – http://www.highschoolace.com An academic homepage for high school students where you can find links to subject sites, news, and reference sites Study Stack – http://www.studystack.com Find or create flashcards or other study activities for a variety of standardized tests and subjects MCAS Test Questions – … Continue reading Homework Help
For our October meeting, we had asked group members to bring in a favorite Thanksgiving recipe. We hope you enjoy discovering something new to enjoy on this traditional holiday. Thank you to everyone who contributed! Broccoli Casserole: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/164998/rachs-broccoli-casserole/ Cornbread Stuffing with Andouille Sausage: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/andouille-sausage-and-corn-bread-stuffing-102481 Roasted Cipollini Onions: http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/roasted-cipollini-onions Classic Cranberry-Nut Bread: http://www.oceanspray.com/Recipes/Corporate/Breads-Muffins/Classic-Cranberry-Nut-Bread.aspx Southern Corn Bread … Continue reading Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes
Are we all on the same page in Chelmsford? Not yet — but we will be! Nominations for the “One Book-Chelmsford” community-wide reading program have been arriving daily — by paper ballot and via our website, www.chelmsfordlibrary.org. The choices are as wide-ranging, unique and opinionated as Chelmsford residents themselves. So it is no surprise that … Continue reading Chelmsford: On The Same Page
Authors of color are publishing year round despite the odds. In celebration of Black History Month, we want to elevate these Black authors and their books that will be published in 2018.
On Feb. 17, 2009, television as we know will change. On that date, by law, analog broadcasts will cease and digital broadcasting will begin. The advantages of digital television are many, as digital broadcasting provides a clearer picture, more programming options, and will free up airwaves for use by emergency responders. In order for you … Continue reading DTV Is Coming – Are You Ready?