Another great resource is the Student Research Center created by EBSCO. Use it to search magazines, newspapers, biographies, photos, maps, flags and more. It is made for students.
To get to it:
Go to www.lfpl.org
Click Research Tools & scroll down to the bottom of the page
Click KY VIRTUAL LIBRARY (the purple and red logo)
Click the button that says Student Research Center.
You can access this database from home, but you will need to enter your library card number and password.
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There are also lots of great novels about college life.
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Are you getting ready to go to college? What adjective would you use to describe how you feel? If you aren't there yet, how do you think you will feel when it is your turn?
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The AnimeCon 9 schedule of events has been posted. It is going to be an awesome day!
Digital Scavenger Hunt
Manga Jewelry Making
Japanese Fish Printing
Haiku Writing Workshop
Bento Box Iron Chef Challenge
Ninja Hand Game
Japanimation Draw Something
Ramen Noodle Eating Contest
Getting in Shape
Arming of the Samurai
Cosplay Contest & Group Picture
AnimeCon 9, August 3rd, 2012
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Click here to register
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Highlights from the event:
Egg Drop Competition – Teens enjoyed creating carriers for raw eggs which were then dropped in the south lobby. Most of the teens’ carriers allowed the eggs to “survive” the journey. Thanks to professor Thomas Berfield and his students from the U of L Speed School for being on hand to coordinate this activity.
Fresh Fruit Fear Factor and Healthy Snack Challenge. We had a variety of fresh fruits, veggies, healthy dips and other good choices for snacking.
Forever Fades Away – This year’s band really rocked the house!
Pride and Passion : The African American Baseball Experience – Teens enjoyed a scavenger hunt based on the current exhibit in the Bernheim Gallery.
Other activities included karaoke, gaming, Astronaut 101 training, presentations by the Health Department and Animal Services, and a Hunger Games themed science activity courtesy of the Louisville Science Center.
Thank you to everyone who came out and made the program a success! Check out LFPL's Facebook page for more photos.
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