Marketing Your Job Search


Come to this free class to learn how to improve your job search.

    DATE: Friday, July 30, 12-2 p.m.
    LOCATION: Central Library, Level 4, Computer Training Classroom


You should look at job searching as a marketing campaign, with you, the job seeker, as the product. Learn techniques to identify the types of employers who would be looking for an employee with your qualifications. 

    * Keyboard/mouse/Internet skills required.

CLASS IS FREE. No registration needed. The class is on a first come, first serve basis. Seating is limited, please arrive early.

Learn How to Video Blog!


Free class on how to record yourself on your computer then upload the video to an online blog!

DATE: Wednesday, July 28, 2-4 p.m.
LOCATION: Central Library, Level 4 Computer Training Classroom

Have you been dedicated to Livejournal in the past, but it's getting a little bit old now? Try video blogging instead! Learn how to record yourself on your computer then upload the video for an online blog!


by Gail Carriger

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Alexia Tarabotti is not the proper Victorian Englishwoman. She is well read, opinionated, half-Italian, unmarried, and she uses her parasol as a weapon. And that's not the worst: she's preternatural, that is, she can turn a vampire or werewolf into a normal human while she is in physical contact with...

Scott Pilgrim. Vol. 6, Scott Pilgrim's finest hour

by Bryan Lee O'Malley

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Finally! The last volume in the Scott Pilgrim series! This book is so incredibly, amazingly fantastic! O'Malley's art keeps improving and his work in this volume is wonderful. All the little details and things that happened in the first books are addressed and there are some surprises at the end...

Having Trouble Paying Your Bills?

Paying Bills Class

Learn how to take control of your finances with money management tips.

The basic concepts of money management may not be rocket science, but many of us have trouble managing our finances to reach our financial goals - and sometimes even to make ends meet. This interactive presentation will cover applying a decision making process to personal financial choices, emotional influences on money management, and will help you begin a plan for earning, spending, saving, and investing.

The Library in Your Pocket: Speak-Up

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Are you reading this blog post from a wireless laptop or cell phone? Chances are good that you are. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center's Internet and American Life Project, 6 in 10 American adults over 18 regularly use the internet from a wireless device.

And more cell phone owners are using a greater variety of cell phone functionality compared with usage in 2009. Additionally, the study reflects that minority Americans are more likely to access the web via a mobile device.


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Do you want to try some new music and not spend ANY money?  I'm talking free, folks!  Your tax dollars at work.

Yes, the Library has many CDs (22,085 titles today, to be exact) but that's not what I'm talking about right now.  Bet you didn't know we had streaming music that you can listen to day or night and never leave your home. All you need is a Denver Public Library card, an Internet connection, and Adobe Flash Player 9 or higher (free). 

Westside Library Location Selected

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At its regularly scheduled meeting, Thursday, June 17, the Library Commission voted on the Colfax and Irving (Avondale) site as the preferred site for the new Westside Library. It will become the selected site upon final negotiation of sales terms and approval of a purchase contract by the City and the property owner.

The Commission arrived at this decision after an extensive review process, including discussions with the community, and considering -- among other issues -- accessibility to the most number of Denver residents, with a focus on children. Additional criteria included parking, land price, bus access, light rail access, total population within one mile and site size.

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