View the recording of Amelia Earhart: An Accident Investigation

This presentation will examine factors such as equipment, experience, planning, training, human and organizational limitations that may have contributed to her disappearance during Earhart’s 1937 attempt to circumnavigate the earth at the Equator. This is part of the Friends of the Library Speaker Series. Dr. Richard Steckel will present in the library meeting room.

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What can I do with my library card?

What Can I Do With my library card logo

Search the Library Catalog for books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and more! (There are over 3.8 million item available in the Evergreen catalog.) Download the Missouri Evergreen App. (This app makes putting holds on materials easy. Trouble logging in? Call 636-390-1070 for password/login assistance.) Checkout a board game for a gaming night with family or friends. Checkout a telescope. Get eBooks, eAudio, eMagazines, and eMusic from the Digital Library. You can download the apps directly to your device! Checkout eAudiobooks for road trips. Read children’s picture books on Tumblebooks. Use a research database. (You can dowload the EBSCO App for easy searching.) Learn a Foreign Language. Watch a Movie in Kanopy. Learn how to draw, paint, sew, knit and more, at your own pace, in Creativebug. Get Help with your homework from an online tutor. Take a practice DMV test, or a practice test for the ACT, SAT, AP, and PSAT/NMSQT. Lookup a car repair manual. Attend a Program. (Click to view a calendar of the upcoming library programs. All programs are free.) Stay in touch with the library on Facebook. (We post lots of updates to Facebook.) Use a Study Room or reserve a Meeting Room. Read the newspaper. The library subscribes to several newspapers. Join a Reading Challenge. (We offer seasonal and year-round reading challenges.) Join a Book Club. (We have 2 active book clubs.) Join the Friends of the Library. (This nonprofit group raises money to support the library and programs.) Listen to a story. Do you need something printed? You can send a print job from home and pick it up at the library. ( 0.15 cents per page) Send a fax. (0.50 cents per page)

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Read the Report: Community Conversations on Homelessness

Final Report on Community Conversations

Click Here to read the report on Community Conversations on Homelessness (opens a pdf file). I want to thank each person who participated in the 6 Community Conversations on Homelessness in the Washington area. The Washington community responded with empathy, compassion and respect on the issue of homelessness. These conversations were a partnership between the Washington Community Relations Board and Washington Public Library. The American Library Association supported the program with a $3,000 grant and training materials. Thank you to the volunteers who worked on scheduling, training and facilitating conversations. I am happy to report that at least one high school student experiencing homelessness found shelter as a result of these conversations. A report summarizing the conversations is posted on the Washington Public Library website – www.washmolib.org. Thank You, Nelson AppellDirector, Washington Public Library

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Get the EBSCO Mobile App

Doing research? Looking for e-books? The EBSCO Mobile app expands the reach of the library by making research quickly available. Download and Read EBSCO eBooks, search quickly and make research progress, read or listen anytime, anywhere! The EBSCO Mobile App is available for iOS and Android devices from the iTunes App store and Google Play. View the EBSCO Mobile App user’s manual (pdf file)

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