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Use and edit these posts and images on social media to highlight the impact of Georgia’s public libraries.
Be sure to also share about the unique local programming and services you offer. Tag #GeorgiaLibraries so we can see your posts and share them on our social media accounts as well.
Be sure to use these tags in your social media posts: #GeorgiaLibraries #NationalLibraryWeek #LibrariesTransform
Did you know your library offers online resources you can use on your computer, laptop or mobile device? From eBooks to audiobooks and genealogy databases – all you need is your library to get started. See what’s available at www.georgialibraries.org/library-everywhere
Georgia Library Service (GLS) for the Blind and Print Disabled offers resources for blind and visually-impaired patrons, including audiobooks and large-print books. If you or someone you know can benefit from these resources, call the GLS team at 1-800-248-6701.
Did you know you can access dozens of historical newspapers through the Digital Library of Georgia? These resources are a great way to study and learn about local and regional Georgia history. Every year, Georgia’s public libraries support the addition of tens of thousands of digitized newspaper pages to the GA Historic Newspapers portal. Just one more way public libraries support history in the making. www.georgialibraries.org/library-everywhere
Need help with your homework? Georgia’s public libraries offer online tutoring services and more. Get in touch with your local library and get the help you need to succeed in school: www.georgialibraries.org/find-a-library
Looking to learn a new language? Your library offers access to Mango Languages, free of charge! Start learning Spanish, French, German or any of dozens of other languages available: www.georgialibraries.org/library-everywhere
Have you heard of the LearningExpress Library? This online resource features tools that can help you prepare for college, search for jobs, and write cover letters. Boost your skills and advance your career. Check it out using your public library card: www.georgialibraries.org/library-everywhere.
Your library offers online resources for small business owners and entrepreneurs, such as Gale Legal Forms. This resource can help you get started with common legal procedures through customizable legal documents. Get started here: www.georgialibraries.org/library-everywhere.
Now at public libraries across GA: Launchpads for checkout are pre-loaded with applications and games to encourage language and literacy development. Check one out today! https://georgialibraries.org/chromebooks-and-learning-tablets-now-available-for-checkout/
Check out eRead Kids! Your #GeorgiaLibraries card gives you free access to 20,000+ electronic and audio books for children through fourth grade. georgialibraries.org/ereadkids
Your GA public library card is your ticket to great places around the state! Use your card to check out a pass to @ZooATL @CtrPuppetryArts @GaStateParks and more!
Your local library is the place to go for lifelong learning during #NationalLibraryWeek and all year long. #GeorgiaLibraries youtu.be/1FuyIjE1B7s #NationalLibraryWeek
Your PINES ecard gives you access to your library beyond its four walls through access to digital resources like GALILEO, eRead Kids, Mango Languages & much more. #GeorgiaLibraries #NationalLibraryWeek www.gapines.org