On October 23rd, join us on two sessions that will arm you with knowledge on how to keep your identity a bit safer in an online world.
10 - 11 AM
Learn best practices to create secure passwords that'll keep your accounts, files, and devices safe!
11 - 12 PM
Learn to identify and avoid online scams by analyzing real-life situations.
This fall, join us for good books and great discussions! Every other Wednesday at 6:30 PM, from Sep 11 through Nov 6, we'll meet to talk about a book that illustrates our theme of "Growing Older, Growing Wiser." A guest scholar will be on hand to lead the discussions. Pick up a set of the books, or get more information, at the Reference Desk (208-733-2964 ext.200).
Help for K-12 Students, College Students, and Adults
Students of all ages and job seekers can find the help they need. Tutor.com has a network of over 3,000 professional academic and career tutors who are ready to help with just about any question you may have. The self-study tools provide additional modes of support that are available 24/7.
The Tutor.com Learning Suite, a service of The Princeton Review, combines on-demand, real-time tutoring with several self-study tools to create robust, personalized learning or job search experience. The live, online tutoring and job search support is available Sunday through Saturday from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm. Many other features such as The Princeton Review’s SAT/ACT Essentials Test Prep is available 24/7. The service is provided by Twin Falls Public Library and is available at no cost to the student.
Students in kindergarten through second-year college students as well as adult learners can get help with homework, test preparation, skills and concepts they are learning in class as well as Advanced Placement® test preparation and college entrance exams. Subjects include math, science, English, Spanish, social studies, ACT®/SAT®, GED®/HiSET®, Microsoft® Office and writing.
Students or adults working on essays, book reports, short stories, college/scholarship application essays, résumés & cover letters or tough math problems can drop-off their document or problem for an overnight review to receive detailed guidance and explanations.
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Job Search Assistance:
Work one-to-one with professional job search coaches in a supportive and encouraging environment for help with job searching, online applications, resume writing, interview preparation and much more. This service is easy to use and coaches are experienced in working with job seekers at all levels.
Join us each month to discuss the latest and greatest in the comics industry! For the month of October, we'll be reading The Books of Magic written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by John Bolton, Scott Hampton, Charles Vess, and Paul Johnson. Come on down to the Twin Falls Public Library and check it out!
Comics & Coffee is a library program brought to you in partnership with our fellow nerds at Twin Beans Coffee Company. We meet at Twin Beans Coffee Company to discuss the latest and greatest graphic novels on the market today.
Timothy Hunter could be the most powerful magician in the world, but does he really want to be? Guided through the magical world starting at the beginning of time by a group of DC Universe magicians, often referred to as the Trenchcoat Brigade (John Constantine, Phantom Stranger, Mister E, and Doctor Occult), they attempt to aid Timothy in his decision whether or not to embrace his gift. However, by the time Timothy makes a choice, it may have already been made for him.