Ramp up your skills with with free access to lynda.com tutorials. All you need is your library card.
Freading e-books are always available - you never have to wait! Titles include fiction, self-help, e-books for Spanish speakers, language learning and more.
Do you love flipping through the latest magazines while in the waiting room or at the hair stylist? Fans of magazines will find a lot to love about Zinio, a digital magazine newsstand which gives you access to the magazines you know and love—free with a library account!
Did you know that the Library offers free access to online tutors? That's right. With your library card, you can get free help from a live, online, qualified tutor—up to 10 free tutoring sessions each week!
Did you know that the Library offers account holders free access to lynda.com's library of instructional videos? Gain access to over 4000 courses in Business, Technology and Creative Skills taught by industry experts. Take a closer look at lynda.com today to discover a new skill you'd like to learn—on your time!
Have you always wanted to learn more about aromatherapy? Need to improve your Excel skills? Want to present your best professional face at a job interview? If you have a library card, you have access to Universal Class, with courses to assist you in self-guided learning in a wide variety of interests. Why not learn something new today?
If the classroom is the first stop in the learning experience, the library is the next destination. You may already be familiar with the library on your college campus, but don’t miss out on another invaluable resource—the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library system. Here are 6 reasons to include a public library card on your list of school supplies.
Library CEO Lee Keesler shares his experience attending the ConnectED Library Challenge Summit in Washington, DC on January 19, 2016. Keesler was joined by CMS Superintendent Ann Clark and Mecklenburg County Manager Dena Diorio. Library, City and County, and Public School execs from 50 communities around the country were in attendance.
Since we launched this initiative three months ago, more than 100,000 students have accessed Library resources using their ONE Access accounts, with more logging in every day. Read More for an update about "ONE Access," a special joint initiative between the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
Summer Reading 2015 met its goals and 15,600 active readers were a large part of the program's success. By Summer Reading's end on August 15, some 8,632 participants completed the program and read or participated in Summer Reading activities for an average of 25 minutes per day.