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Proctoring Services

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What we can do Provide a place to take the exam Be available during regular business hours, including evenings and weekends (exams must be completed 30 minutes prior to closing) Check the student's ID Sign appropriate paperwork Distribute exams received in hard copy Print exams that have been...

Ice House Entrepreneurial Program Workshops

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Aspire Community Capital Program Workshops This are FREE programs led by Aspire Community Capital.     Aspire Community Capital - Ice House Workshop The Ice House Entrepreneurialship Program is an experiential problem-based learning program designed to empower learners.  Inspired by the life story...

Special Needs

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As a result of the partnership between Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and the Autism Society of North Carolina’s Mecklenburg County Chapter, training videos have been produced by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library staff members who have been planning and presenting programming specific to children with...

Guidelines for Use of Public Access Computers

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Due to the wide variety in the number of workstations at each branch, availability of personal computers, software applications and advance reservations may vary. Check with each location for more information. Patrons may be required to sign in at the desk or log on to a reservation system prior...

Read To Me, Charlotte!

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EARLY LITERACY CALENDAR Born Reader Program In the Born Reader Program, nurses in the maternity departments at area hospitals distribute the book, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? in English and Spanish to their patients. Then they encourage the parents and caregivers to read to their...

Reference/Research Policy

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Thank you for your interest in Robinson-Spangler Carolina Room information resources. Contact us if you need more information about our collections or if you would like assistance with clarifying your question. If you have a research request, please review the policies and procedures below....

Screenwriting in 3s - Girls Rock Make a Movie Workshop

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Want to make a movie to share on the big or small screen? Learn to write a 3-minute/3-page movie screenplay at the Library. This FREE workshop is offered by Girls Rock Charlotte and is open to teens ages 12-18 who are interested in learning how to write a three-minute movie. Monday March 25, 6 p.m...

Historian-In-Residence Dr. Tom Hanchett

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Dr. Tom Hanchett joins Charlotte Mecklenburg Library as its first Historian-in-Residence.   Charlotte Mecklenburg Library welcomes its first-ever Historian-in-Residence, Dr. Tom Hanchett, who on July 1, 2019 begins a 12-month residence. Hanchett, a community historian in Charlotte, will serve as a...

Charlotte Readers Podcast

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Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is proud to host Charlotte Readers Podcast.   Charlotte Readers Podcast, hosted by local author Landis Wade, is the place where Charlotte-area authors and those who visit the Queen City read and discuss their award-winning, published and emerging works - the kind of...

News Releases

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About Us The Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is one of America’s leading urban public libraries, serving a community of more than one million citizens in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Through 20 locations, targeted outreach and online, the Library delivers exceptional services and programs,...

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